Pinnacle CNG Contract Extension in San José
Pinnacle CNG has been awarded a new three-year contract to provide maintenance and operations services for the CNG fueling station at Mineta San José International Airport in San José, CA. The new agreement, which went into effect July 1, 2010, includes an option to extend the contract for an additional three years. If extended, the value of the agreement over six-years would exceed $1.2 million.
Pinnacle has provided maintenance and operations services for the airport station which offers public access since 2003. Earlier this year Pinnacle completed an upgrade of the station for approximately $595,000.
In recommending Pinnacle to the San Jose City Council, Michael Ho of the Mineta San José International Airport said "the Pinnacle team has performed admirably over the past six years and we look forward to the same outstanding service in the next several years."
About Pinnacle CNG
Pinnacle CNG designs, builds, operates, and maintains CNG fueling stations for public access as well as for transit, commercial, and industrial fleets across the U.S. Delivering nearly four million gasoline gallon equivalents (GGE) per year, Pinnacle uses patented compression technology to reduce costs and offers customers a wide range of choices from simple design/build to 24/7 contract maintenance, monitoring and operations.
CNG fueling stations using Pinnacle equipment are located in Austin, TX; Beaumont, TX; Concord, CA; Commerce City, CO; Diamond Bar, CA; Fresno, CA; Grove City, OH; Lancaster, CA; Midland, TX; Oklahoma City, OK; San José, CA; San Ramon, CA; Santa Clara, CA; Thousand Oaks, CA; Visalia, CA; West Sacramento, CA; and Woodland, CA.
Pinnacle CNG is a wholly-owned affiliate of Wagner & Brown, Ltd., an independent oil and gas exploration company based in Midland, TX. Learn more about Pinnacle at http://www.pinnaclecng.com/
About Mineta San José International Airport
Mineta San José International Airport has converted its entire 34-bus fleet of airport shuttles from diesel to compressed natural gas (CNG), which includes all the shuttle buses serving the long-term parking lot, the airport's terminals and the Rental Car Center. The conversion to CNG buses will result in over 100 tons of reduced emissions annually