About CNG Fuels

CNG Fuels develops, owns and operates Bio-CNG distribution infrastructure including refuelling stations, trailers and vehicles. We are rolling out a UK wide network of reliable and convenient refuelling facilities to service customer’s vehicle fleets and their off-grid energy needs. Our Bio-CNG is biomethane 100% sourced from food waste, independently verified and approved by the Department for Transport’s Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation (RTFO)

OUR STATIONS

Our public access station rollout provides customers with refuelling infrastructure that is convenient and reliable. These stations are located near the UK’s gas grid infrastructure and close to major transport routes. These gas-grid connected ‘Mother’ stations, can supply gas via trailer direct to customer’s depot based ‘Daughter’ stations.

Customers purchase all of their CNG as 100% renewable biomethane (Bio-CNG) at all of our current and future stations.

We operate both the UK’s highest capacity CNG stations, including the UK’s first CNG refuelling station that is connected to the high pressure natural gas grid.

We are in advanced discussions for more stations located on and off the natural gas grid, so there will be more news of stations under development early in 2017.

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WIGAN RD, LEYLAND, LANCS, (J28/M6)

  • UK’s first high pressure grid (LTS) connected station; meaning the UK’s cleanest, lowest cost fuel available for heavy transport
  • Capable of refuelling over 500 trucks per day from four dispensers
  • Refuel a truck in under 4 minutes
  • Two dedicated CNG trailer loading bays to supply off-grid customers
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WESTON ROAD, CREWE, CHESHIRE- Operational since 2011

  • Three compressors for extra reliability
  • Capacity in excess of 100 trucks per day
  • One dedicated trailer loading bay
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OUR CUSTOMERS

CNG Fuels supplies directly to:
  • Vehicles and CNG trailers at our public access stations
  • Off-grid facilities via CNG trailers including:
    • Private CNG refuelling facilities on customers depots
    • Industrial/commercial businesses as an alternative to heavy fuel oils, biomass, diesel, LPG etc.

Our customers include John Lewis and Waitrose, Argos, National Grid, Brit European, Gist, DHL, Howard Tenens, United Utilities.

OUR VISION

To develop a Bio-CNG refuelling network with the capability to service all of the UK’s major trucking routes.

To build a network that is so reliable and dispenses CNG at such a low cost, that Bio-CNG is the only sensible choice for fleet operators.

To see HGV fleets in the UK catch up with international peers by running predominantly on low-emissions, low-cost biomethane.

DIRECTOR PROFILES

PHILIP PROFILE
Philip Fjeld

CEO

Philip has been working in the natural gas industry since 2002 when he joined Hoegh LNG, an LNG ship owner in Oslo, Norway. In 2006 he left Hoegh LNG and founded FLEX LNG, a company that spearheaded the innovative concept of floating liquefaction vessels.

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Baden Gowrie-Smith

CFO

Baden’s previous career in investment management and advisory included six years with UBS in Australia. He has held public and private company directorships in industries including resources, pharmaceuticals and entertainment. Baden holds an MBA from London Business School.

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John Baldwin

Director

John is widely regarded as one of the UK’s leading authorities on natural gas for transport and biomethane. The company he founded, CNG Services, has developed the UK’s highest capacity CNG filling station and provides gas engineering services focused on biomethane injection to the grid and CNG.

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FLEX LNG has since its inception raised close to $600 million in equity and is listed on the Oslo stock exchange. Philip was the CEO of FLEX LNG from 2006 until December 2013.

Philip has a nautical degree and has worked at sea as an officer in the Royal Norwegian Coast Guard and in the merchant navy. Mr. Fjeld earned his Master’s degree in Strategy and Management from the Norwegian school of Economics and Business Administration.

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After graduating in 1983 from Oxford University, John has held a number of senior roles in the gas industry, including Transco where he was responsible for a major expansion of the National Transmission System.

John is a former President of the EUA (Energy and Utilities Alliance, www.eua.org.uk) and Chairman of the Renewable Energy Association (REA, www.r-e-a.net) Biogas group. He is also the winner of the REA Champion Award for 2014 for being the driving force behind the development of biomethane injection in the UK

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Baden’s investment career has included multi-asset class advisory, equity capital raising, M&A and private equity.

From 2004-2007, he was a Director of gold exploration company, Triple Plate Junction PLC, which was listed on the London AIM.

Baden also holds a Masters degree in Commerce (Finance) and a Bachelors degree in Economics from the University of Sydney.

TO UNDERSTAND THE BIOMETHANE FOR ROAD TRANSPORT OPPORTUNITY IN THE UK…

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