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About Us

Our primary business is to construct, own and operate combined gasoline, diesel and liquefied natural gas, or LNG, and compressed natural gas, or CNG, vehicle fueling and service stations in the USA along with garages to retrofit gasoline and diesel driven vehicles (that we also call Auto conversion division) to run on Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) or Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) (also called NG vehicles). As we begin the business our primary focus will be distributing gasoline and diesel but also have LNG and CNG available for Natural Gas (NG) driven vehicles that we think will be as common as gasoline-driven vehicles in the near future.


To expedite our strategy, as we begin, we plan to acquire existing gasoline and diesel fueling stations and expand them to include NG fueling and vehicle conversion garages. In some stations we plan to build (or acquire and expand), we may have gasoline and LNG only and in some stations we may have gasoline and CNG only and in some stations we may have the means to distribute gasoline, diesel, LNG and CNG. We will make that decision based on different factors such as the demand for LNG and/or CNG in each location and easy access to LNG and CNG supplies etc.


Natural gas for vehicles is relatively new in the market and a fast growing business, thus there are many technological innovations being invented to serve the customers who will be using natural gas in the future so as we progress with our business, our planned strategy will change to accommodate such changes. We believe that NG business will go through significant changes in the near future and thus we plan to have a research department dedicated to our company adopting those changes as they evolve.


We also plan to construct, own and operate liquefaction factories to convert natural gas from gaseous state to liquefied LNG (through a process of cooling NG) to be distributed to our own fueling stations and also to fueling stations owned by other independent owners and companies.


Our stations plan to use CNG that we buy directly and also by buying NG from NG pipeline network in the USA converting NG to CNG (through a process of applying compression to NG) in some of stations equipped with the ability to compress NG to CNG to fuel CNG driven vehicles. As we expand our business, we plan to have our own standalone NG to CNG conversion factory and distribute CNG to individual stations to be sold to retail customer.


Currently, according to industry spokesmen such as LNG station construction company “Cryostar USA,” LNG also can be converted to CNG (that is called LCNG) instead of having to convert NG to CNG. If we find the process of converting LNG to CNG is more convenient and cost beneficial we may focus on that process in some of our stations and thus focus buying LNG from the distributors to our stations.


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