Wyoming Natural Gas Vehicle & Infrastructure Coalition
To advance natural gas infrastructure and vehicle growth in Wyoming through planning for best infrastructure placement, connecting stakeholders together to create the infrastructure, and engaging appropriate fleets and vehicles.
Education and Outreach
Increase vehicle adoption
Increase NGV infrastructure
Natural Gas – Working for Wyoming
3rd top producing natural gas state in the United States
2nd largest proven natural gas reserves in United States (12% of U.S. total)
4th largest natural gas field of proved reserves.
16% expected growth in NGV infrastructure.
Expanding natural gas infrastructure along corridors (I-25, I-80)
Wyoming 2013 NGV Milestones
First CNG station opened in northwest Wyoming: Afton
Current public access CNG stations in Afton, Cheyenne, Evanston, Pinedale, Riverton Rock Springs (2)
Sublette County School District (Pinedale) holds their Grand Opening
Two LNG stations expected to open by year end: Rawlins and Cheyenne
Low interest Wyoming Business Council loans available for NGV infrastructure
Natural-gas powered Caterpillar mine haul trucks operate in Wyoming
Natural Gas Conversions
Two NGV conversion and maintenance shops (Fremont Motors and Black Smoke)
Western Wyoming Community College converts vehicles and implements CNG training program
Alpha Coal West (Gillette) adopts dual fuel LNG mine trucks
Who’s Converting in Wyoming?
State of Wyoming
University of Wyoming
Western and Central Wyoming Community Colleges
Pinedale School District
Alpha Coal West
Help for Health
Natural Gas Producers
Local Distribution Companies/Utilities
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