Central Freight Lines Will Use Public-Access San Antonio Station
Utah’s Questar Fueling has reiterated plans to build a compressed natural gas fueling facility in San Antonio, its second in Texas. The public-access station, expected to open this summer, will support as many as 60 Class-8 natural gas-powered trucks operated by Central Freight Lines.
Central Freight Lines is projected to use more than 1 million diesel gallon equivalents per year, Questar says. The majority of the Central trucks in San Antonio will use a private time-fill facility. “The remainder will use a 6-lane, high-speed-fueling station with public access for anyone driving an NGV,” states a release.
Questar also supports Central Freight with a CNG station in Houston (F&F, September 9).
“Our business is growing because the trucking industry is transitioning to CNG,” Questar Fueling COO Craig Wagstaff says in the San Antonio announcement. “Companies like Central Freight Lines are leading the way.”
An Easier Transition
“This is the second of three CNG-fueling facilities we will have across Texas,” said Central Freight president and CEO Don Orr. “Questar Fueling is helping to make our transition to natural gas much easier.”
Questar notes that Central Freight has a network of 51 terminals throughout the Southwest.
The Questar station in San Antonio will be packaged by ANGI Energy using Ariel compressors, says Questar business development director Judd Cook.
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