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GE Launches New CNG Fueling System
October 15, 2012
GE and Peake Fuel Solutions, an affiliate of Chesapeake Energy Corp., last week announced that they have launched an onsite fueling solution known as CNG In a Box that allows easier adoption of compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling options for large and small retailers.
The system provides a lower-cost fueling experience for consumers and a higher-margin solution for facility operators, the companies said. The system compresses natural gas from a pipeline into CNG on site at a traditional automotive fueling station or industrial location. CNG-powered vehicles can then refill their tanks using a dispenser with the same look and feel as a traditional diesel or gasoline dispenser.
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