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Fuel deal reached for NH natural gas station

The station will serve vehicles that use compressed natural gas and tractor trailers that will transport the fuel throughout northern New England to factories and other large businesses that aren't connected to a pipeline.

The Associated Press

8/6/2013

PEMBROKE, N.H. — A California company planning to build a natural gas filling station in Pembroke, N.H., is partnering with a Vermont company to truck the fuel to other locations.

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. of Newport Beach, Calif., on Tuesday announced a 10-year fueling agreement with NG Advantage of Colchester, Vt. Under the agreement, NG Advantage has agreed to purchase an amount of compressed natural gas equal to at least 10 million gallons of gasoline each year, more than double the volume supplied by Clean Energy Fuel's highest volume station.

The station will serve vehicles that use compressed natural gas and tractor trailers that will transport the fuel throughout northern New England to factories and other large businesses that aren't connected to a pipeline.

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