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Clean Energy Fuels opens another natural gas station

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Clean Energy Fuels Corp. has opened a new public natural gas station along Interstate 5 in Fife, a suburb of Tacoma, Washington, US.

The station, which was designed, built, and will be operated and maintained by Clean Energy, consists of two LNG fast-fill pumps. It will be open to the public 24/7.

Interstate Distributor Co. will use the station for its fleet of LNG tractors operating throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Interstate Distributor Co. CEO, Marc Rogers, said: “As the first national freight carrier in the Pacific Northwest to use natural gas vehicles for our fleet, we’re very happy to see another station become available that can support our regional distribution network [,,,] We made the transition to natural gas early so we would be ahead of the game, and now that the infrastructure is here, we’re more and more confident each day that we made the right decision.”

Chad Lindholm, Vice President of Sales at Clean Energy, added: “We continue to focus on key transportation corridors like the I-5 to expand our natural gas infrastructure […] As our partners like Interstate make the transition to natural gas, we can offer the fuelling stations they need to expand along with them.”

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