CNG Source, working out of Indianapolis in the US state of Indiana, is strengthening its foray into Mexico and beyond by establishing a full-service agreement with NatGas, a CNG Station operator headquartered in Querétero, Mexico and serving a diversity of fleets and vehicles.
“At CNG Source, we are extremely excited about the opportunity to team with NatGas. This is a company with knowledge, talent and solid experience. They expect above average thinking and superior engineering, and we will certainly not miss the chance to exceed their expectations,” said Doug Lubs, President of CNG Source.
Among other tasks, CNG Source will assist NatGas in deploying a monitoring and control system for efficiently managing multiple locations with extended equipment reading and control capabilities. The company will also implement intelligent priority panels, custom NatGas dispensers and storage systems, as well as complete compression solutions being implemented as we speak, for upgrading actual stations and for deploying the upcoming ones.
“It takes more than just buying machines for operating a large scale CNG operation efficiently and profitably. We found in CNG Source the right tools for elevating our operating model and planning our stations deployment more efficiently,” said Josue Hernandez, NatGas CEO.
The agreement allows CNG Source to grow its influence throughout the Americas. Expansion beyond US borders has been one of CNG Source’s primary goals for 2015, marked by the opening of a branch in Monterrey at the start of the year under the “CNG-Source-Mexico” brand.
NatGas operates several stations throughout Central and South-East Mexico.
(Source: CNG Source; NatGas)