Natural gas is a domestically produced gaseous fuel that can be used in vehicles as either compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), renewable natural gas (RNG), or biogas. Throughout California, natural gas is a widely used fuel type for fleet and transit vehicles. As such, Southern California has a built-out infrastructure of CNG and LNG and is continuing to build out facilities to produce RNG and biogas.
View biofuels for more information on RNG and biogas in Southern California.
Use the embedded maps below to find a CNG and LNG station.
Resources on natural gas:
- Southern California Gas Company
- San Diego Gas & Electric
- Alternative Fuel Data Center
- U.S. DOE – Oil & Gas Research
Natural Gas Basics, Source: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy Vehicle Technologies Program, April 2010
CNG_Best_Practices-Enid_Joffe_2014, Source: Enid Joffe, 2014
The Future of Natural Gas, Source: MIT Energy Initiative, 2011.