Colorado gains seventh CNG station, first to use GE’s CNG In-A-Box technology


Three companies have officially unveiled Colorado’s latest compressed natural gas (CNG) station, further connecting the US’s CNG fleets and setting the foundation for future stations.

GE Oil & Gas, Sparq Natural Gas and Noble Energy officially opened the station, which is Colorado’s seventh public CNG site, in Weld County last week.

This latest instatement represents the first installations of GE’s second-generation and optimised CNG In-A-BoxTM modular technology – a turnkey, modular solution for fleet operators to fuel natural gas vehicles (NGVs).

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