Startup CNG Station Developer to Build Facility in Alabama


Corridor Clean Fuels says plans are in motion to build compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling infrastructure at a Home Oil Co. location in Dothan, Ala., at 735 Ross Clark Circle.

According to Corridor, this fast-fill facility will be the largest public station in the state, designed to accommodate the refueling needs of Class 5-8 trucks, along with light- and medium-duty natural gas vehicles (NGVs).

ANGI Energy Systems will be supplying the compressor package for the station, comprising two 250 hp compressors. The anticipated full capacity will be 1,700 scfm at the low end of inlet pressure. A single-vessel regenerative dryer (2,500 scfm flow) and a three-tube CNG storage package will also be on-site.

Company Chief Operating Officer Randy Spence tells NGT News that the facility is being designed to accommodate up to two more compressors and dispensers, but the initial layout will include two dual-hose dispensers, each with one high-flow nozzle.

Corridor, which brands its fuel as Cynergy, is developing the station in partnership with Home Oil and the Southeast Alabama Gas District.

‘This station will allow us to meet the growing need for our country's CNG fueling infrastructure in an area that serves as a hub of regional transportation along a heavily traveled corridor,’ explains Dan Johnson, Corridor's CEO.

The station is scheduled to open in the summer of 2014. For more information about this site or Corridor Clean Fuels, call (256) 894-0098.

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