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Save money.

The benefits of natural gas start with your bottom line. Switching to natural gas can save you up to 40% in energy costs versus alternatives such as oil and propane. Natural gas has 95% burner efficiency and no waste disposal costs, no routine maintenance, and limited to no annual downtime. As the cleanest-burning fossil fuel on the market, natural gas is a highly efficient energy source, which means you save money by using it. Delivered natural gas can save facilities 25% or more compared to most conventional fuels even biomass. We price our natural gas on a published index cost based on the pipeline. In many cases we meet or even beat the price of pipeline gas. And just like a pipeline, our customers pay only for the gas they use, not what is in the trailer.

Reduce carbon emissions.

Climate change is a threat to our well-being. Natural gas, which is produced by the decay of organic matter, is poised to play an important role in our national effort to reduce carbon emissions. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), natural gas emits almost 30% less CO2 than oil, 45% less CO2 than coal, virtually no sulfur dioxide (SO2), and far fewer nitrogen oxides (NOX).

Be Safe.

Natural gas is a very safe fuel source. It is nontoxic and because it is lighter than air, both CNG and LNG dissipate quickly in the environment in the event of a leak or spill. Natural gas also has a very narrow range of flammability, which significantly reduces the risk of fire.

Compressed natural gas or CNG is one of two forms of natural gas liquefied natural gas is the second form. Similar to the compressed oxygen (O2) in a scuba tank, CNG is compressed to less than 1% of its volume at standard atmospheric pressure and stored in cylinders. CNG can be used in place of gasoline, diesel, and propane. For reference, a vehicle running on CNG gets about the same fuel economy as a vehicle running on conventional gasoline. CNG is a colorless, odorless, non-corrosive, non-combustible, non-toxic, gaseous mixture made up mostly of methane (CH4). According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, CNG has a very narrow range of flammability. And because it is lighter than air, it quickly dissipates in the environment, leaving no residue and requiring no environmental clean up. CNG has a better safety record than other common petroleum-based fuels like oil and propane. CNG is a clean burning alternative fuel that is inexpensive and domestically abundant.

Is CNG right for your company? CNG is a cost-effective option for customers that use 75,000 gallons or more of heating oil or propane a year. We typically recommend CNG for any company with smaller or more seasonal energy load profiles.

Liquefied natural gas or LNG is the second form of natural gas compressed natural gas is the first. Natural gas becomes a liquid after it is purified and super-cooled it to -260°. In order to remain in liquid form, LNG must be stored in double-walled, vacuum-insulated pressure vessels. LNG is not stored under pressure, so it is not explosive in storage tanks or if released into the atmosphere. If LNG is spilled it turns to gas and quickly dissipates in the environment like CNG. Also, LNG has a better safety record than other common petroleum-based fuels like oil and propane. Just like CNG, LNG is a colorless, odorless, non-corrosive, non-combustible, non-toxic, clean burning alternative fuel that is inexpensive and domestically abundant.

Is LNG right for your company? LNG is a cost-effective option for customers that use 500,000 gallons or more of heating oil or propane a year. We typically recommend LNG for any company with significant year-round energy load profiles.

Delivered natural gas can save facilities up to 40% in energy costs versus alternatives such as oil and propane. CloudEnergi competitively bids your gas to all suppliers on the pipeline so that you get the best possible price with complete transparency. And since our terminals are located on interstate pipelines we can often provide commodity pricing well below that of gas utilities.

The “virtual pipeline” is a clean energy infrastructure that connects industrial facilities, institutions, and municipalities to the natural gas pipeline through a network of pipeline terminals, trucks, and on-site decompression stations.

1. Connect to Pipeline

We connect directly to gas pipelines, ensuring uninterrupted access at the lowest cost to our customers.

2. Transportation

We compress and dispense natural gas into lightweight, high-capacity trailers for transportation, delivery, and storage – eliminating the time and cost of on-site filling.

3. Connect to Customer

CloudEnergi tracks your supply levels and dispatches a full trailer before you need it. We deliver and depressurize the CNG to custom manifold skids at your location, built at our state-of-the-art facility.

We operate with total focus and commitment to the safety of our employees, of your employees, and of everyone in the communities where we work.

  • Support for complete Hazard Operations review
  • Training for employees and all community first responders
  • Complete customer documentation for operational safety and maintenance
  • Integrated Emergency Response Plan for each customer site.

CloudEnergi designs and operates every facility to be in full compliance with Federal, State, and local laws, rules, and regulations.

CloudEnergi will partner with you to assess whether natural gas is suited for your enterprise. Our consulting service will analyze your specific fuel needs, industry requirements, and operational structure. We will develop a fully customized plan, with a rigorous audit of your energy supply needs. If natural gas is right for you, we’ll support your transition from start to finish.

Primarily, we serve industrial and large commercial businesses, institutions, and municipalities using at least 100,000 gallons of oil or propane per year. We also serve companies burning solid fuels like biomass or coal. Currently, the industries we work with include:

  • Paper and Textile Mills
  • Public and Private Hospitals
  • Agricultural Operations
    • Dairies and Creameries
    • Fisheries
    • Food Crop and Grain Processing
    • Greenhouses
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Industrial and Commercial Manufacturing
  • Municipalities and Local Utilities

If you have a boiler, CloudEnergi will help you modify existing systems to burn natural gas, or install new equipment. Once gas is available, any heat or power application is a potential candidate for conversion. CloudEnergi will build a simple reinforced parking area for the trailers and decompression equipment. Piping (typically HDPE) connects the site to the gas train inside the plant. CloudEnergi installs tailored CNG equipment including decompression system, integrated PLC for on-site and remote management, metering and all utility interconnections.

For each of our clients we begin the process CNG transition process by conducting a feasibility study at your facility. Our CloudEnergi Solutions Group works closely with your management team or on their own to confirm engineering costs, construction estimates, and current gas pricing.
From this initial study, we develop a comprehensive project development plan that serve as the design basis for contracting for our compressed natural gas service. Our development plans document the full project scope of work, including a comprehensive budget and schedule for installing and commissioning a decompression site capable of meeting your current needs and with the capacity to expand with your business.
Our project development team will build the right plan for your business and will focus on: financials (pricing, annual savings, payback), natural gas supply (current pricing, commodity procurement, volume requirements), delivery specifications (decompression equipment, transportation and logistics, on-site storage, remote monitoring), facility engineering (permitting, design, construction), and compliance/safety needs (operational training, emergency response planning).