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Wendell Jones

Springdale Water Utilities took advantage of an offer from the Arkansas Economic Development Commission’s Arkansas Energy Office to help offset the purchase of CNG vehicles.
Energy / Government & Politics / Retail / Transportation

Springdale Water, Little Rock Beef Up CNG Fleets

While private companies have reported benefits from using or offering compressed natural gas, several cities and utilities in Arkansas have also turned to the alternative fuel source. Springdale Water Utilities added CNG trucks to its fleet last year, and the city of Little Rock has been purchasing more of the vehicles. read more >
Bruce Moore
Business Services / Energy / Government & Politics / Retail / Transportation

Little Rock Taking Lead in Switch to CNG (Bruce Moore Commentary)

This first quarter and in particular the month of March mean new cost savings for the city of Little Rock as it opens its first city-owned and operated compressed natural gas fueling station. read more >
Little Rock’s compressed natural gas station is scheduled to open in early February. It will be the seventh location in Arkansas.
Construction / Energy / Retail / Transportation

Little Rock CNG Station Will Bring Total To 7 in Arkansas

Early in February, the city of Little Rock is scheduled to open the seventh compressed natural gas station in Arkansas that is available for public use. Arkansas has had public CNG stations for just a few years — a station owned by Arkansas Oklahoma Gas Corp. was opened in 2011. read more >