Natural gas fuel pumps coming to Findlay

Natural gas fuel pumps are coming to Findlay.

IGS CNG Services, Dublin, and Speedway LLC, Enon, are teaming up to build a compressed natural gas fueling station on Hancock County 99, at Exit 161 off of Interstate 75. The companies made the announcement today.

Construction is expected to being early this summer. The Findlay station will be the sixth in the IGS CNG Services network that offers compressed natural gas to the public.

“In partnership with Speedway, our plans for a regional CNG fueling corridor respond to the emerging market demand for fast, convenient refueling locations,” said Scott White, president of IGS Energy. “We’ll have two lanes at the Findlay Speedway location that will allow customers to fuel their natural gas vehicles in approximately the same amount of time it would take to refuel a traditional gasoline or diesel vehicle.”

Company officials said a growing number of businesses have converted their fleets to natural gas and are looking for easy access to fuel while traveling through the region.


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