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American Natural Gas Celebrates CNG Station Opening in New York


American Natural Gas (ANG) held a grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil the first public CNG station in Saratoga Springs, New York. Andrew West, CEO of ANG, was joined by local business leaders and elected official to speak at the opening.

“I am pleased to have this compressed natural gas fueling station in Saratoga Springs that will help meet the transportation needs of our region, grow our economy and promote our use of alternative fuels,” said New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik.

American Natural Gas has guided regional fleets, such as Tops Friendly Markets in Buffalo and Casella Waste Systems in Rutland, Vermont, through their conversions to CNG. ANG has also partnered with Try It Distributing, the Western New York Partner of Saratoga Eagle Sales and Service, to supply CNG to their beverage distribution fleet. ANG encourages local fleets to take advantage of the new CNG station by converting their vehicles. ANG opened the station with an introductory price of $1.19 per GGE.