IGS CNG Partners

Our Partners

IGS CNG Services partners with many organizations and businesses to make CNG fueling a viable option for any size fleet. By forming these strategic partnerships, we are giving our customers a competitive advantage through an affordable, clean, and domestic alternative transportation fuel.

Our Partners


“For West Virginia, this is the beginning of a new era in vehicle fueling and for us, Antero Resources, we are proud to be a part of it.” – Rick Blankenship, Antero Resources

Antero Resources is an independent oil and natural gas company engaged in the exploration, development and acquisition of unconventional oil and liquids-rich natural gas properties located in the Appalachian Basin in West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

Chesapeake Energy

“Using natural gas from shale as a transportation fuel makes good sense economically and environmentally.” – Maribeth Anderson, Chesapeake Energy

Headquartered in Oklahoma City, Chesapeake Energy Corporation is the second-largest producer of natural gas in the United States.

City of Dublin

“The City of Dublin is committed to providing the highest quality of services to its residents and business community today, while continuing to plan for tomorrow’s generation as a green and sustainable community,” – Dublin Mayor Tim Lecklider

Committed to providing the highest quality of services to its residents and business community, the City of Dublin’s fleet are dedicated CNG vehicles, using EPA certified conversion kits.

EQT Corporation

“Our investment in CNG infrastructure along with the conversion of our own fleet to this cleaner domestic fuel source is one more way EQT Corporation is finding environmentally responsible solutions to help meet our nation’s energy needs.” – Linda Robertson, EQT Corporation

EQT Corporation is one of the nation’s largest natural gas producers and operates in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, and Virginia, and is committed to meeting the country’s growing demand for clean energy, while continuing to promote safety, provide a rewarding workplace, and enrich the communities where their employees live and work.


Responsible for planning, engineering, right-of-ways acquisition, construction, reconstruction, traffic regulation and maintenance of more than 35,000 miles of state roads, the West Virginia Division of Highways has committed to fuel state CNG-powered vehicles at IGS CNG Services Corridor stations.

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