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Ingevity (North Charleston, S.C.; www.ingevity.com) has completed construction of a fueling station for low-pressure adsorbed natural gas (ANG) at its headquarters in North Charleston, S.C. The fueling station will supply natural gas to ANG bi-fuel vehicles outfitted with storage cylinders containing Ingevity’s Nuchar FuelSorb activated carbon monoliths. Bi-fuel vehicles have internal combustion engines that can operate on either natural gas or gasoline. ANG technology is made possible by Ingevity’s activated carbon, which reduces the storage pressure of natural gas without sacrificing the volume of gas stored through an adsorption process. For more information, see Chem. Eng., August 2017, p. 10; www.chemengonline.com/vehicle-fuel-tank-adsorbed-natural-gas-moves-toward-commercialization.

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