Xpress Natural Gas Expands Management Team
Xpress Natural Gas LLC (XNG), a full-service compressed (CNG) and liquified natural gas (LNG) provider with operations throughout the United States and eastern Canada, has announced the hiring of two key executives into leadership roles.
Xpress Natural Gas Announces Its First CNG Customer in New York
NEW YORK and BOSTON — May 1, 2014 —Xpress Natural Gas (XNG) today announced that it has expanded its operations into New York. XNG will supply Schweitzer-Mauduit International’s (SWM) Ancram, New York facility, with Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). CNG is an efficient and cost effective alternative to oil. It is estimated businesses can save 30 to 40 percent on energy costs by converting to CNG.
XNG Partners with Hess Energy Marketing and Direct Energy Business
BOSTON and NEW YORK — Nov. 26, 2013 — Xpress Natural Gas (XNG) today announced plans to partner with Hess Energy Marketing (HEM), which was recently acquired by Direct Energy Business (DEB), to deliver compressed natural gas (CNG) to off-pipeline industrial and commercial businesses and institutions in the state of New York.
Xpress Natural Gas Wins Proposal to Serve University of Maine at Machias
BOSTON and MACHIAS, Maine — Oct. 1, 2013 —Xpress Natural Gas (XNG) submitted the top-scoring proposal in response to University of Maine System’s (UMS) Request for Proposal for a Multi-Campus Thermal Energy Agreement. The proposed project will pertain to University of Maine at Machias (UMM). Following a final agreement between the two parties, work will commence in spring 2014 with the goal to have all buildings on campus piped and operating on natural gas before the start of the 2014-15 academic year.
Xpress Natural Gas Announces New Service to Cary Medical Center
BOSTON and Caribou, ME — September 10, 2013 — Xpress Natural Gas (XNG) today announced a new partnership with Cary Medical Center in Caribou, Maine, to provide the hospital with clean and affordable compressed natural gas (CNG). The transition from heating oil to CNG, slated for the fall, will not only lessen the hospital’s carbon footprint, but it will also contribute to the local economy by bringing CNG-related construction and maintenance jobs to the community.