Often installed on the same site as an already existing liquid natural gas (LNG) station, the mixed fuelling station can supply fuel to compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles as well as LNG vehicles. Benefit from all the advantages of compressed and liquid natural gas for your transportation even if your vehicle fleet isn’t operating near the gas network of Gaz Métro. A CLNG fuelling station can supply fuel to your heavy-duty vehicles right on site. It also provides fuel that is cleaner and, over the long term, much less expensive than diesel. Fuel diversification has never been so efficient.
Reduce your energy costs by installing a CLNG fuelling station. For vehicle fleets running on CNG and LNG, it is simpler and less costly to opt for a CLNG fuelling station at your facilities.
Chart comparing annual fuel costs.1 for a truck consuming an average of 34.1 liters of diesel per 100 km. Based on an annual mileage of 115,000 kilometers. The natural gas costs represent a hybrid engine (95% liquefied natural gas (LNG) and 5% diesel) and those of propane a hybrid engine (30% propane and 70% diesel).
When a vehicle runs on natural gas, greenhouse emissions are reduced by as much as 25%, SO2 emissions by as much as 99%, NO emissions by as much as 17% and fine particulate emissions by as much as 97%. These numbers don’t lie; blue is better.
Optimize the refueling of your vehicle fleet with a combination of compressed and liquid natural gas.