EBI confirms its CNG leading position in Quebec

By | 2016-08-17

From Quebec in Canada, the company EBI is openly dynamic and proactive in order to address the issue of climate change. Therefore, the company has recently inaugurated its fourth compressed natural gas (CNG) station in the province. With this latest opening, EBI confirms its CNG leading position in Quebec for the production & distribution of this cleaner transportation fuel. 

Located in the municipality of Joliette, the CNG station is right next to the Techno Diesel trucks and trailer service centre. It is thus from now on possible for all transporters transiting in the surrounding region of Lanaudière on Highway 158, near Highway 31, to stop and fuel at the station if their vehicle is fueling on CNG.

EBI’s strategy to promote the use of CNG

EBI has been involved in renewable natural gas (RNG) since 2003, and the development of the EBI CNG network in the province of Quebec is part of a serious and ambitious strategy in order to increase significantly the use of CNG as a fuel for transportation.

This strategy first includes the implementation of a CNG distribution network, which already consisted, before the opening of the station in Joliette, of two public stations in Montréal-Est and Berthierville as well as a private station in St-Félicien.

Furthermore, in the goal to make CNG more easily accessible and to raise awareness among truck operators, EBI also offers CNG trucks for leasing and now relies on an impressive fleet of over 110 CNG trucks. Also, according to the manager of natural gas transportation development, Mr. Olivier Sylvestre, EBI is more than ready: “We have the expertise to accompany clients in transitioning their fleet of trucks to this fuel of the future”.

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Source : EBI