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Gain CNG to Power Delco Foods Trucks

July 29, 2014 in CNG, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Gain Clean Fuel to Build a Fueling Station in Indianapolis

U.S. Oil’s Gain Clean Fuel unit is to build a Gain CNG station to support compressed natural gas trucks operated by Delco Foods, an Italian and specialty food distribution outfit in Indianapolis.

U.S. Oil hopes to add 100 ‘Gain Clean Fuel’ CNG stations nationwide over the next three years.

U.S. Oil hopes to add 100 ‘Gain Clean Fuel’ CNG stations nationwide over the next three years.

The station is to be complete in November. It will be open to other carriers and the general public.

“This Indianapolis station is another key Midwest location for us, and continues our buildup of a national CNG network” Gain Clean Fuel GM Bill Renz said in a release. “Not only does the location benefit Delco Foods due to its proximity to Delco’s facilities, it also a great location for other regional and national carriers traveling this route.”

Goal is 100 Gain Clean Fuel CNG Stations in Three Years

U.S. Oil operates 17 Gain Clean Fuel stations and is in the process of constructing 15 more. “We continue to see fast-paced growth in the demand for CNG throughout the United States and in the Midwest,” Renz said. “We hope that as we build out our network, other regional and national carriers will see the advantages, both in lower costs and reduced emissions, and use that as an incentive to consider converting their fleets.”

U.S. Oil says it plans to have more than 100 Gain Clean Fuel stations operating within the next three years. “Our goal is to have a Gain CNG network in place that will provide easy access for local, regional and national carriers,” Renz said.

The new Gain CNG station for Delco be located at 8775 Zionsville Road in Indianapolis, near Interstate 465.

Gain Clean Fuel is part of U.S. Oil, which is itself a division of U.S. Venture, Inc.


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Source: U.S. Oil/Gain CNG with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

 

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