Go Natural Gas to open natural gas station at LAX

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Go Natural Gas, Inc. (GNG) in partnership with a large international compressed natural gas equipment manufacturer plans to open a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station to serve the growing natural gas vehicle market in the LAX area.

GNG’s new station will be located at the corner of Airport Blvd and W. Manchester Avenue and will be available 24/7 for public access. The 40,000 square foot lot is easily accessible for fueling buses, trucks, and light duty vehicles. The station will eventually have the capacity to fuel 20 vehicles simultaneously and provide a convenience store to service the commercial fleet drivers and the general population.

The CNG consumer currently does not have a choice when it comes to fueling in the Los Angeles International Airport area, since there currently is one single company dictating prices at public access stations. Go Natural Gas intends to enhance the CNG fueling market with much needed competition by offering better fuel prices and better service.

“Go Natural Gas is blessed with the opportunity to open another public access station at the Los Angeles International Airport. With Ford, General Motors, and Honda offering more OEM natural gas vehicles, our company can help provide alternative fueling options for the general public and the commercial fleet owners that serve the airport and surrounding areas. Choosing CNG as a transportation fuel makes sense because it is produced domestically, burns cleaner, and cost significantly less than gasoline or diesel. We see this as a win-win situation for our customers, the environment, and our nation,” said Timothy Nelligan, Go Natural Gas President.

About Go Natural Gas, Inc. – Go Natural Gas, Inc opened its first public access compressed natural gas station in San Juan Capistrano, CA in October 2009 and has consulted on the design of over twenty compressed natural gas fueling stations across the United Stated. GNG plans to build an additional four stations in the Southern California region in 2011 in conjunction with grant funding from the South Coast Air Quality Management District and Mobile Source Reduction Committee.