INDIANAPOLIS-October 15 - CNG Source, opened its first Indianapolis CNG station on November 20, 2014. The four-lane facility is the first public station our company has branded with the CNG Source name, and it features the latest advancements within the compressed natural gas industry, including CNG Source’s proprietary fast fill technology which allows for the dispensing of twelve gallons per minute. The station is located next to the triangle formed by the I-465, Brookville road and Shadeland Ave.
“This station represents the culmination of years of hard work, engineering and R&D,” said Doug Lubs, president of CNG Source. “And it will help us to continue developing and innovating ahead of our competitors.”
“We are honored to be contributing to the country’s fuel independence,” said Lubs. “It is our goal to help shape a future in which we favor national resources, contribute to reducing CO2 emissions, create jobs and promote the city’s development.”
CNG Source plans to open more branded-stations that will serve as live laboratories for research and development as well as staff training. These will allow the company to put its innovations into practice for further testing without compromising clients’ stations. For twenty years, CNG Source has pushed the envelope of development. The CNG Source branded stations are key to maintaining that trajectory of success.
From left to right: Rodney Graham (CNG Source - CFO) Indianapolis' Mayor Greg Ballard, Doug Lubs (CNG Source - President), Daniel Lubs (CNG Source - Vice President of Engineering and Operations), Indiana State Representative Bob Morris, Indiana State Representative Randy Frye, Karim Bousfiha (CNG Source - Vice President of Marketing and Business Development)