Look Ma, No Pipeline! Lycoming County Co. Begins CNG Shipments

In June 2015 MDN told you about a really cool plan by a Pennsylvania company to establish a CNG (compressed natural gas) terminal in Lycoming County, PA as a way to get natural gas to manufacturers, fleets and businesses where no pipeline infrastructure now exists (see Getting Marcellus NatGas to Customers without Pipelines). Compass Natural Gas Partners, based in Camp Hill, PA, said they would build a first-of-its-kind CNG terminal in Lycoming County that will accept Marcellus Shale gas in, clean it up (get rid of the water in it), compress it to 3600 psi, and load it into specially designed trailers that haul it to customers. And then the project went quiet for the next year and a half. Except it wasn’t really quiet. Compass, with a tag line on their website that says “All We Need is Road,” built the terminal and it went fully operational in December. Trucks are now servicing customers in Cambria and Mifflin counties…

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