NG Advantage Virtual Pipeline

NG Advantage' Virtual Pipeline delivers CNG to energy intensive enterprises not connected to a gas pipeline

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NG Advantage now serving customers from Milton, VT and at a new station in Pembroke, NH in partnership with Clean Energy Fuels.

 

NG Advantage LLC is a midstream company creating a new sector (virtual or mobile  pipeline) in the natural gas delivery network. The Company is extending the gas infrastructure by trucking compressed natural gas (CNG) to large industrial and institutional energy users NOT connected to a pipeline currently in New England and eastern New York.  With a recent strategic investment in the company by Clean Energy Fuels (NASDAQ: CLNE), NG Advantage will be expanding to serve large industrial and institutional sites beyond its original market of New England.

 

Potential customers are using approximately 500,000 gallons of fuel oil or propane annually and save 20-30% off that bill by changing to cleaner, North American compressed natural gas as their primary source of process and comfort heat.

 

The Company's "virtual or mobile pipeline" of high-tech carbon-fiber tanks from Hexagon Lincoln mounted on traditional trailer chassis brings dramatic savings and substantial improvements in "carbon footprints" to customers.

 

NG Advantage is committed to providing gas to its customers as if they were on a pipeline.

 

Potential customers tell NG Advantage that they find it difficult both to remain competitive on price and to meet their green energy goals without access to natural gas. Trucked CNG immediately saves customers between 20-30% off their fuel costs and lowers CO2 emissions by 26% with almost no particulates.

 

Customers tell NG Advantage that since converting to delivered natural gas, they win far more bids and that their facility is seen as much more competitive by parent companies and potential buyers.

 

NG Advantage purchases CNG from existing pipelines, compresses it, and loads it into tanks mounted on traditional chassis that are delivered to customer sites by General Transportation, one of New England’s largest and most respected haulers of hazardous materials. Customers have no need to invest in onsite storage as the gas is drawn directly from the NG Advantage trailers. They are closely monitored 24x7 by the NG Advantage Operational Technicians Team and replaced before they are depleted.

 

The customer is responsible for the burner conversion within their facility, site work and bringing electricity, communications and a gas line from their facility wall to the Off-Loading Station. NG Advantage builds that Off-Loading Station outside the plant that decompresses, heats, and sends the CNG into a regulator and the new burner. Customers keep their legacy fuel as a backup. They are additionally given access to an NG Advantage on-line dashboard that allows them to monitor their usage and the off-loading process.

 

 

All the NG Advantage teams are absolutely committed to excellent customer service. The Startup Team has extensive experience in helping customers obtain needed permits, advising on the plans for the site work, and working with local and state fire personnel. NG Advantage’s Startup Team stays on site during the installation process. When they are satisfied with the install, they turn the customer over to the 24/7 Operations Team. The Operations Team partners with the customer’s operations and maintenance personnel to make all transfers safe and on time. The NG Advantage local Maintenance Team and the Safety Team regularly inspect and maintain the equipment at the Company's Compressor Stations, currently located in Milton, VT and Pembroke, NH, and outside customer sites.

 

Customers immediately experience the substantial economic, environmental, and maintenance benefits of natural gas with little capital expense. Not much risk!