Chesapeake Utilities opens CNG fuelling station in Georgia, US

Chesapeake Utilities Corporation has opened a high-capacity CNG truck and tube trailer fuelling station in Georgia, US.

The facility is one of the largest public access CNG stations on the East Coast and will soon offer RNG to customers.

In addition to fleet fuelling, the station will be used as a staging area for Marlin Gas Services to fill CNG transport trailers for its virtual pipeline services. A dedicated lane for filling transport trailers will enable Marlin to better serve its customers in the southeast.

The Marlin Compression CNG fuelling station is located along the I-95 corridor near the Port of Savannah, within the Port Fuel Center.

“The Marlin Compression CNG station is yet another example of Chesapeake Utilities’s leadership in the transition to lower-carbon energy,” said Jeff Householder, president and CEO of Chesapeake Utilities.

“Our service expansions not only provide access to lower carbon energy, but they also contribute to the economic wellbeing of the communities we serve. In partnership with Atlanta Gas Light, Southern Company Gas and the Port Fuel Center, we are excited to offer CNG as a low emissions fuel option for truck fleets and other vehicles that operate in and around the Port of Savannah.

“In the near future, we will provide an RNG option at the same site to further advance our efforts in developing sustainable energy projects.”

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