Joint Venture to Build CNG Stations Across the US

New CNG stations available by Fall 2012.


Trillium CNG and AMP Americas announced a joint venture, AMP Trillium, which is focused on building a network of CNG stations across the US for heavy-duty and long-haul trucking fleets.

AMP Trillium will build stations along the I-65 and I-75 trucking corridors and major routes in Texas. The first CNG station will be available by fall 2012.

To further emphasize the project’s sustainability benefits, AMP Trillium plans to use renewable CNG whenever possible. Renewable CNG is the chemical equivalent of fossil-based natural gas and is obtained from biomass, often food or animal waste.

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