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IGS Energy CNG Services to Build 4 Fueling Stations Along I-79

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If you own a natural gas-powered car you'll soon have places to fuel up here in north central West Virginia.

IGS Energy CNG Services said it will build and operate a $10 million natural gas fueling corridor in West Virginia starting right away, in Bridgeport.

The company said it plans to build four stations three of those in West Virginia.

"This is the first infrastructure option that West Virginians will have to fuel their cars on compressed natural gas. Clearly, there are a lot of advantages to using CNG. It's cleaner, it's domestic right here in West Virginia which cuts our dependence on foreign oil and it's also extremely cheap," said TJ Meadows, of CNG Services.

The Bridgeport station should be up and running in about nine months.

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