By Jessica Borders
Times West Virginian
The compressed natural gas fueling station being built in Bridgeport is a step toward making the benefits of this fuel a reality in West Virginia.
In January, IGS Energy GNS Services announced that it would be constructing a corridor of compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations in West Virginia. The initial phase of the corridor will be three stations, in Bridgeport, Charleston and Jane Lew, said T.J. Meadows, CNG business manager for IGS Energy GNS Services.
He said the Bridgeport station, located at Charles Pointe at On the Run Exxon, will be the first to open, with a targeted completion data of late August. At that time, the station will be able to dispense gasoline gallon equivalents, or GGEs, of CNG.