Nopetro is a leader in developing infrastructure with government agencies via strategic public-private partnerships (“P3”).

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P3s offer government agencies the ability to more quickly realize capital infrastructure projects without having to contribute capital and/or incur operational costs. Below are shining examples of Nopetro’s turn-key infrastructure projects – all 100% designed, financed, built and operated by Nopetro Energy.


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Nopetro Energy provides uninterrupted RNG fleet fueling for major essential service providers such as transit agencies, school districts, waste haulers and public works departments. All of our Company’s facilities are designed with 100% redundancy in equipment and design to provide for the utmost system reliability, including on-site back-up power generation. In fact, Nopetro’s facilities have maintained operations through every major Florida hurricane in the past decade including Hurricanes Michael, Hermine, and Matthew.

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Nopetro’s P3 project with Central Florida’s LYNX transit system included fueling expansive state-of-the-art CNG infrastructure, maintenance facility build-outs, CNG bus fleet conversion and a revenue sharing.

The facility, located at the intersection of John Young Parkway and LYNX Lane, is part of a public-private partnership (P3) with the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX).

Switching to CNG makes sense both financially and environmentally for Central Florida transit.

John M. Lewis Jr.
CEO of Lynx

The six-acre facility, inclusive of five CNG dispensers, with the capacity to distribute 40 gallons per minute, comprises two stations within one location – a private station for LYNX, and a second facility open to the public at large.

Under the terms of the first of its kind P3, switching from diesel to CNG provided LYNX with immediate positive returns. With a growing bus fleet, LYNX now operates more than 150 clean CNG buses throughout the Central Florida region.

Nopetro is currently sourcing carbon-neutral Renewable Natural Gas produced from landfills as CNG feedstock.