CLEANCOR Energy Solutions LLC, an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of SEACOR Holdings Inc. (SEACOR), has announced that one of its subsidiaries has completed the acquisition of an LNG and CNG fuelling station located at 670 Garnet Avenue in Palm Springs, California.
The station is an attended card lock facility servicing over-the-road drayage truck fleets, waste haul companies, and other commercial fleets transiting the Interstate 10 freight corridor. The station has been growing its LNG and CNG fuel supply volumes to a range of truck fleets, including CLEANCOR customers servicing cargo to the Port of Long Beach and Port of Los Angeles as well as other locations in Arizona and Southern California.
Jeff Woods, chief executive officer of CLEANCOR, said “The Palm Springs station is an exciting addition to our portfolio as it serves as a critical refuelling waypoint for existing CLEANCOR customers transiting the I-10 corridor. It’s strategic location in California, a leader in clean fuel initiatives, also offers unique growth opportunities as more over-the-road trucking fleets are incentivised to switch to cleaner, less costly fuelling alternatives.” Compared to diesel fuel, LNG and CNG reduce carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas emissions by 11% and 17%, respectively. “CLEANCOR stands ready to support fleets in this transition and tailor the design and operation of public and private fuelling facilities for our customers across North America,” continued Jeff Woods.
The Palm Springs station will be branded ‘CLEANCOR Fuels’. It has the capacity to expand the number of fleets refuelling at the station. In addition to LNG and CNG, CLEANCOR can provide RNG at this fuel station at no additional cost to customers. RNG is generated by capturing and converting emissions from existing waste sources at dairy farms, landfills, waste treatment facilities, among other sources, and contributes to the reduction in GHG emissions.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/24022020/cleancor-acquires-lng-fuel-station/
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