Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

At Sapp Bros. we stive to offer the most relevant products and services currently available to the transportation industry. Part of our commitment includes carefully navigating the rapidly changing alternative energy industry to select a relevant, economical, and safe fuel source to offer our customers. Sapp Bros. believes CNG currently has strong potential to be a relevant automotive fuel source for many years to come.

Currently, our Lincoln, NE, Columbus, NE, Council Bluffs, IA, and Denver, CO travel centers offer fast fueling pumps and dispensers.

Sapp Bros. & Stirk CNG Partnership

Sapp Bros. is optimistic about CNG and its future prospects in the transportation industry. We partner with CNG expert, Stirk CNG who understands the benefits, cost, opportunities, and challenges that CNG brings to fleets today. We’re proud to partner with Stirk and are looking forward to bringing fast-fueling CNG pumps to more of our travel center locations with their help.

To learn more about Stirk please visit: www.stirkcng.com - Stirk is not only helping bring CNG to our travel centers, they can help you with the process of converting your vehicles to CNG, give them a call today to learn how to start saving on your fleets fueling expenses.

Fuel Cost Savings & Price Stability

Does CNG make sense for your fleet? At the end of the day for CNG to truly make sense for the typical fleet it has to pencil out dollar and cents wise. Companies all across the country (including Sapp Bros.) are making changes to their fleets now and are already realizing real fuel cost savings. The average posted price of CNG at our pump is $2.10. Considering today’s gasoline and diesel price averages utilizing CNG can save 40% of fuel costs from running on gasoline and 54% of fuel costs from running on diesel.

Domestic Supply and Production

America has an abundance of natural gas! In recent years, exploration and extraction companies have been discovering new technologies and techniques to harvest it. As the national storage and pipeline infrastructure grow we believe CNG will grow in its relevancy to American automotive transportation industry. In fact, we think it is already starting to happen!

A Cleaner Fuel

Along with the economic benefits of CNG, it’s is a considerably cleaner-burning fuel; producing less exhaust emission than gasoline or diesel! Below are some of the most significant exhaust emissions that are reduced when burning CNG vs. conventional gasoline or diesel:

  • Nitrogen oxides (NOx) by 75 to 95%
  • Carbon monoxide (CO) by 70 to 90%
  • Non-methane organic gas (NMOG) by 50 to 75%
  • Carbon dioxide (CO2) by 20 to 30%