CNG By VNG
Volatile gasoline prices have affected all American drivers. Fortunately, through VNG.CO’s national fueling facility program, you have the opportunity to switch to a lower-cost alternative to gasoline – Compressed Natural Gas (CNG).
With VNG.CO, commercial and government fleet operators avoid the expense and responsibility of installing, operating, monitoring, and maintaining a CNG fueling facility for your fleet. Instead, we will provide you with a fueling network to make the switch to light-duty Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs), a practical and attractive solution for your fleet. Our fueling facility program emphasizes convenient existing gasoline stations to best meet your fleet’s fueling needs.
By making the move to CNG, you are choosing a cheaper, cleaner, domestically-abundant fuel that benefits the American economy and our national security by replacing imports of costly foreign oil. As we build our fueling network to serve NGVs nationwide for fleets, we are creating the platform to benefit the mass-market consumer segment. VNG.CO will be your partner on the road to a low-cost, low-emission, 100% American-fueled future.
Here is a brief description of the fueling process and what is taking place. Click on the link to see how it works.
"Accurate temperature compensation allows dispensers to place a full fuel load on the vehicle during all weather conditions. Anytime the temperature of the gas in a cylinder is higher than 70° F, the full cylinder pressure will be greater than the commonly rated 3,600 psi service pressure at 70° F. This is allowable as long as the pressure in the cylinder does not exceed 4,500 psi during the fueling process, nor afterward, and the “settled” pressure at 70° F does not exceed 3,600 psi. While temperature compensation is a critical function for CNG vehicles that regularly operate in hot climates, it is also still important in moderate and cold weather to prevent over pressurization if the gas in the container becomes hotter than the surrounding environment was during fueling."