CNG is compressed natural gas. LNG is liquefied natural gas which must be kept at temperatures near absolute zero. CNG has a lower cost of production and storage compared to LNG as it does not require an expensive cooling process and cryogenic tanks.

CNG, however, requires a much larger storage container to house the same amount of Btu. That is why NG Advantage has chosen to have the gas it delivers to a plant drawn directly from its trailers, not requiring the customer or the company to permit, build, and maintain huge storage tanks.

NG Advantage and its partner Clean Energy Fuels offer customers CNG and LNG depending on which is best for the particular customer's needs.

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