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Compressed natural gas fueling station opens in Northland

Commercial vehicles equipped with CNG-prepped will be able to use the new compressed natural gas fuel station in Kansas City, North.
Commercial vehicles equipped with CNG-prepped will be able to use the new compressed natural gas fuel station in Kansas City, North.

A new compressed natural gas fueling station serving mainly commercial vehicles officially opened Tuesday in the Northland. The station is at 7801 N.E. 38th St.

The station will provide natural gas fueling for commercial vehicles equipped with CNG-prepped gasoline engines, including Ford Motor Co’s Transit van and F-150 pickup truck, which are manufactured at Ford’s Claycomo assembly plant. The station will also accommodate large trucks serving the nearby Hunt Midwest commercial development and foreign trade zone.

The station is located on the northeast corner of the Midway Ford Truck Center.

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. owns and operates the fuel station. It operates about 550 natural gas fueling stations in North America.

The Star

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