WE're fueling the future of truckinG


ampCNG is leading the transition to compressed natural gas (CNG) as a transportation fuel in the commercial trucking industry.

We help the country’s premier heavy-duty trucking fleets transition to cost-effective, clean, American natural gas. We currently own and operate 19 public access, ultra fast-fill, CNG fueling stations around the country and are expanding our fast growing network to support the most dense transportation corridors in the U.S.

We also sell fuel and source renewable natural gas from waste products and own and operate the largest on-farm anaerobic-digestion-to-renewable-CNG project in the U.S.


Why CNG?

CNG is produced here in the U.S., transported efficiently across existing natural gas pipelines, and compared with diesel burns 30% less CO2, greatly reduces noise and smog, and is more cost effective.

a. Low Cost

ampCNG operates a network of CNG stations that serves commercial trucking fleets across the country. 

We have more than 40,000,000 CNG miles on our fleet and we put our operations experience to good use—we’ll show you how the cost of maintaining CNG trucks can be up to 2 cents/mile better than comparable diesel trucks.

CNG can save haulers over $100,000 in fuel costs over the lifetime of a single truck.


The Energy Information Administration estimates that CNG produces, on average, 27.5% less CO2 emissions than diesel or gasoline with minimal air pollution, or “smog.”

CNG is sourced in two ways: it is either extracted from the ground or produced from waste products, such as manure, landfills, or other biological sources. CNG that is processed from waste is a renewable biofuel (RNG).

A single CNG truck will offset CO2 emissions equivalent to 300 passenger cars over it's lifetime.


Utilizing CNG in the transportation sector allows the US to significantly decrease its dependence on foreign oil and bolster the US economy

CNG is an abundant (we have more than a 90-year supply in the U.S.), American, economical, safe and reliable transportation fuel offered at more than 1,500 stations across the country with many more in development.

95% of the CNG used in the U.S. is sourced from the U.S.

For more information on CNG visit our educational center: CNG 101

How We Help Customers Transition to CNG...


Station Builds

We're building a network of CNG stations on major highway corridors across the country including I-10, I-20, I-65, I-75, I-40, I-55 and I-30. See our stations for more information.


ampCNG provides flexible fueling contracts to meet your needs, including traditional contracts as well as agreements that fix your fuel price over time. Transparent, open pricing based on a commodity-plus-service fee structure means you pay less.


FlEET TRansition

We help design CNG pilot projects using our experience with CNG in order to help spec your fleet. We advise on and help manage your fleet's transition to CNG ensuring a winning venture.


Renewable gas (RNG)

We own and operate the largest on-farm anaerobic digester in the United States. Located at Fair Oaks Farms in northwest Indiana, the digester processes the dairy’s agricultural waste to create renewable natural gas. 

We can provide or source renewable gas for your fleet to our stations. See RNG 101 for more information. 

ampCNG was recognized by the Houston-Galveston Area Council among an elite group of Houston companies as a Clean Air Champions for supporting clean fleet policies for on-road vehicles and off-road equipment in the Houston-Galveston Area.