Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) is a readily available alternative to gasoline and diesel. As its name implies, CNG is natural gas. And natural gas is formed by the decay of organic matter. A few million years ago, large quantities of plant and animal matter were buried under sediment. The sediment created a lot of pressure and this, combined with heat from the earth’s core, converted the organic waste into natural gas.
The natural gas is harnessed from wells all over America. In fact, America is the largest producer of natural gas in the world, which means CNG is a stable, abundant fuel that supports our economy.
Natural gas arrives at ANG stations through a robust network of utility lines. From there, we use top-of-the-line equipment to compress the natural gas down to less than one percent of its volume. The CNG is stored on site so every customer can have a “fast-fill” experience, just like they would at any regular gas station.