Corridor Clean Fuels opened the largest compressed natural gas station in Alabama in Dothan.
While it can certainly fuel light-duty CNG vehicles, the station was designed especially for heavy duty vehicles, dispensing over 10 GGEs per minute.
Corridor Clean Fuels’ new CNG fueling station is located at the Hobo Pantry Chevron at 735 Ross Clark Circle in Dothan, Alabama. The new station includes two 250 hp compressor packages and two internal card reading CNG dispensers, each with light-duty and heavy-duty nozzles.
A CNG Workshop was held following the grand opening to help promote education and adoption of using CNG as an alternative fuel to gasoline and diesel. The workshop featured presentations on a number of topics including an overview of CNG, engine availability for the transportation industry, and financially compelling examples of potential savings for fleet management.
Press Release; Image: Corridor Clean Fuels