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New station in Fayetteville, N.C., joins Piedmont’s network of 11 publicly available refueling stations

Piedmont Natural Gas announced the opening of a new compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling station in Fayetteville, a sign of growing demand as more companies choose clean, affordable natural gas to fuel their fleets of cars and trucks. This is the second new CNG refueling location the company has announced in a year’s time.

Replacing the company’s existing Fayetteville station, the new facility is located at 4740 Corporation Drive, strategically positioned near I-95 to provide easy access for trucks and other long-haul carriers. The station also is adjacent to Piedmont’s LEED-eligible operations and customer care center, which opened in 2017.

To date, Piedmont has converted approximately 40 percent of its own fleet to natural gas vehicles and expects that percentage to continue to grow. In 2017 alone, Piedmont’s CNG business grew by almost 25 percent, and together, Piedmont and its CNG customers displaced more than 6 million gallons of gasoline and diesel.

The station, designed with fast-fill technology, is part of the company’s network of publicly accessible stations, with seven stations in North Carolina, three locations in South Carolina, and one location in Tennessee.  To view a map that shows all 11 of Piedmont’s public CNG refueling facilities and the current price of CNG, visit piedmontng.com/vehiclesandfueling.