Natural Gas Vehicles

CNG is natural gas that's been compressed to 3,600 psi. A pipeline supplies the gas to a compressor that's located at a fueling station or business. CNG is measured and sold at the pump in gasoline gallon equivalents, or GGE (the amount of alternative fuel it takes to equal the energy content of one liquid gallon of gasoline).

Fueling fleets with compressed natural gas (CNG) has advantages. CNG vehicles:

  • Use a fuel that costs less.
  • Reduce our dependence on foreign oil.
  • Perform like petroleum-fueled vehicles but have lower exhaust emissions.
  • Run quieter than diesel-powered vehicles.
  • Have been proven on the road since the 1930s.

Interested? Here are some questions to consider:

How many miles do you travel?

Where do you fill up?

What is a reasonable payback period?

Are you interested in alternative fuel vehicles in your own fleet?


What vehicles are in your fleet?

Pickup trucks, passenger cars and/or vans

New Vehicles

Conversion Systems for Existing Vehicles


Medium and/or heavy-duty trucks

New Vehicles

CNG Advantages

Driving Range


Where do you service your vehicles?

Additional information

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