RIBBON CUTTING AT OREGON’S FIRST CNG STATION SLATED FOR JUNE
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber announced he will cut the ribbon at Oregon’s first public CNG station June 11th in Eugene. The Travel Card Commercial CNG Fueling station, which is owned by Eugene-based Truck Haven, cost approximately $500,000. “Building a clean energy future means cleaner-burning and more efficient vehicles need access to a network of fueling stations,” said Gov. Kitzhaber. “This is the first of many CNG stations around our state.” Greg Kantor, CEO of NW Natural Gas, the CNG supplier, as well as representatives of Oregon’s DOE are expected to be on hand to provide additional information on the future of CNG stations in Oregon.