CNG Energy Partners tapped Dallas-based TDIndustries to serve as the contractor for a public-access compressed natural gas (CNG) station project that is under way in Lake Jackson, Texas.
In October, CNG Energy Partners announced a 10-year contract with the City of Lake Jackson to build, operate and maintain the station. The facility, located at 204 Medical Dr., is in the early stages of construction and slated to be operational by late December.
According to TDIndustries, the station has been designed to accommodate Class 8 tractors and trailers, as well as smaller vehicles. It will have two dual-hose dispensers and will feature CNG fast-fill technology, in addition to two electric vehicle charging stations.
“We are extremely excited about the opportunity to bring the best practices and exceptional reputation TDIndustries is known for in the construction industry to this project,” says Dmitri Tisnoi, president of CNG Energy Partners.
Jason Cinek, senior vice president of TDIndustries, notes, “We plan to grow our business in the alternative fuels and energy markets by supporting both private and public entities in their desire to build and maintain CNG fueling stations throughout the Southwest region of the United States.”