Compressed Natural Gas offers many advantages including a stable fuel process, lower emissions and government funding.
CNG vs. LNG
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) is more commonly used for transportation because it is typically less expensive than Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and more widely available. CNG also requires less maintenance and training for proper storage and handling. LNG usage is not recommended for remote or isolated locations where there is little to no pipeline infrastructure.
Envoy Energy is the leader in mobile on-site direct-to-equipment CNG refuelling. We deliver fuel 24/7 directly to your vehicles or equipment during periods of downtime or when vehicles are parked. Our Fuel Operators will help design a customer refuelling program tailored to your unique business needs.
CNG pumps at a growing list of retail gas stations provide fast, on-demand refuelling similar to gasoline and diesel. New stations have been built in Quebec, with more in development along the 401 corridor between Windsor and Toronto. This ensures a long-term, low-cost alternative to diesel.
Many fleet owners have invested in their own on-site CNG refuelling stations. The addition of public, semi-public or card-lock dispensers allows other fleets to access these privately-owned CNG stations, creating an additional revenue stream for their owners. To learn more about Compressed Natural Gas stations and their benefits, visit our sister company ComTech Energy.