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What is CNG?
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) is natural gas that has been compressed to 3,600 psi, which remains clear, odorless, and non-corrosive. Although vehicles can use natural gas as either a liquid or a gas, most vehicles use CNG. CNG is measured and sold at the pump in gasoline gallon equivalents, or GGE. 

Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Stations
MLGW currently operates the only public-access Compressed Natural Gas fueling stations in the Memphis and Shelby County area.  Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV) that use CNG can now refuel at MLGW’s Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Stations. 
 

Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Station Locations:


South Station

3071 South Center, Memphis Tennessee
Adjacent the MLGW South Service Center
(Located just two miles from HWY-61 and I 55)
Hours: Open 24 hours
Amenities: Vending Machines, Restroom

North Station
1130 Tupelo St., Memphis, Tennessee
Adjacent the MLGW North Service Center
Hours: Open 24 hours
Phone: (901) 320-1062 or (901) 320-1473



 

For more information about CNG, contact Energy Resources at 901-528-4488 or cng@mlgw.org   

Link to CNG brochure