It’s the Company’s Third in Texas with a Fourth Already Planned
Utah-based Questar Fueling is building a compressed natural gas fueling station in DeSoto, Texas, south of Dallas near Interstate-20 and I-35E. The public access station is to open in July.
“Our new station will be located near national trucking companies currently running on clean-burning natural gas like Dart Transit and Swift Transportation,” general manager Carl Galbraith said in a release.
“This is our third Texas CNG station and we plan to announce a fourth in a few weeks,” he said.
Questar built a CNG station in Houston and Swift and Central Freight Lines last year, promoted as the nation’s largest with five high-speed fueling lanes and 120 time-fill spaces for parked trucks. Earlier this year, the firm announced a CNG station in San Antonio for both high-speed and time-fill fueling. It’s to open this summer.
Questar Is Building in Phoenix, Too
The new DeSoto CNG station will have four high speed fueling lanes for Class 8 trucks and passenger vehicles, “and will be expandable to meet future growth,” Questar said.
The firm is also building a CNG station in Phoenix (F&F, March 6).
Salt Lake City-based Questar Fueling is a subsidiary of Utah-based Questar Corp. Affiliate companies include the Questar Gas utility.
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