National Clean Cities Publication Features State Progress on Natural Gas Fueling Corridors
Natural Gas Stations Abound on Oklahoma’s Interstate Highway System
Drivers of compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles along Oklahoma’s interstate highways don’t need to worry about finding a place to fill up—the state now has public CNG stations located every 100 miles.
“The public CNG station network on our interstate highways serves local fleets as well as those fleets and drivers travelling through our state,” said Coordinator Eric Pollard of Central Oklahoma Clean Cities (OKCC) (cleancities.energy.gov/
coalitions/central-oklahoma). “Our stakeholders are proud to have built a first-of-its-kind CNG corridor that’s helping local, regional, and
national fleets meet their alternative fuel goals.”
“Today, Oklahoma has more public CNG stations than any other state in the country, per capita,” Pollard added.
Continue reading the story in the National Clean Cities publication, Clean Cities Now. Governor Mary Fallin is pictured on page 2, and Eric Pollard, Oklahoma Clean Cities Coordinator, is featured on page 15. Central Oklahoma Clean Cities is a program of the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG). It celebrated its 20th year in 2016.