SEAL BEACH, CA - Trucks powered by cleaner, cheaper and All-American natural gas will soon travel the country on America's Natural Gas Highway-the network of LNG truck fueling stations being built by Clean Energy on Interstate Highways and in major metropolitan areas.

For the first phase of America's Natural Gas Highway-which includes 150 new LNG fueling stations-we have identified 98 locations, with approximately 70 anticipated to be open in 33 states by the end of 2012 and the balance in 2013. The opening of these stations coincides with the expected arrival of new natural gas truck engines well suited for heavy-duty, over-the-road trucking.

Major highway segments planned for early opening include, among others, those linking San Diego-Los Angeles-Riverside-Las Vegas; the Texas Triangle (Houston-San Antonio-Dallas/Ft. Worth); Los Angeles-Dallas; Houston-Chicago; Chicago-Atlanta; and a network of stations along major highways in the Mid-West region.

Coast-to-Coast and Border-to-Border LNG truck fueling.

Coast-to-Coast and Border-to-Border LNG truck fueling.


For more information about America's Natural Gas Highway and a list of LNG fueling locations in development coast-to-coast and border-to-border, click here.


Originally posted on Work Truck Online