Alabama’s Largest CNG Station Opens its Doors


Corridor Clean Fuels, through a partnership with Home Oil Co. and the Southeast Alabama Gas District, has opened what it says is the largest compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Alabama.

Located in Dothan at the Hobo Pantry Chevron on 735 Ross Clark Cir., the $2 million public-access station will sell CNG at $1.98/gallon, according to a report from Dothan Eagle.

Corridor Clean Fuels said in July that ANGI Energy Systems would be supplying two 250 hp compressors, a single-vessel regenerative dryer and a three-tube CNG storage package. Two high-flow Kraus dispensers – each capable of delivering an average of approximately 10-12 DGE/minute – are also installed.

Corridor, which brands its fuel as Cynergy, first announced last November its plans to build the new Dothan station, which will accommodate heavy-duty natural gas vehicles, as well as passenger vehicles.

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