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Love CNG? You’ll Love’s CNG for 99¢

February 10, 2015 in CNG, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Texas Triangle Complete with San Antonio, Fuel on Sale Through March 1

The completion of Fast-Fill CNG outlet in San Antonio means that compressed natural gas is available now from Love’s in all three cities of the Texas Triangle. To celebrate, Love’s is offering CNG for just 99¢ per gallon at five locations, starting on Valentine’s Day and running through midnight CST on Sunday, March 1.

Expect to see more Love's location equipped with CNG fueling.

Expect to see more Love’s location equipped with CNG fueling.

“Love’s Fast-Fill CNG network has grown from one location in 2012 to 11 facilities and counting,” natural gas GM Bill Cashmareck said in a release. “Offering CNG to heavy-duty fleets and passenger vehicles for 99¢ is a way we can show our appreciation.”

The 99¢ fuel will be offered at Love’s outlets in

  • San Antonio – I-35, Exit 144;
  • Rockwall, Texas – I-30, Exit 70;
  • Katy, Texas – I-10, Exit 737;
  • Oklahoma City – I-40, Exit 166; and
  • Amarillo – I-40, Exit 74.

Love’s first location in the Houston area opened early last year in Willis and the first location in Dallas opened this past summer. Love’s last scheduled CNG location along the corridor will open this summer in Seguin. Love’s Texas Triangle network is designed to make travel between San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, and beyond using CNG feasible.

CNG will also be available for 99¢ at two locations along I-40 in Amarillo, Texas, and in Choctaw, just east of Oklahoma City. The new CNG facilities are part of Love’s plan to offer its fast-fill fuel at seven travel stops covering more than 1,300 miles of I-40 by fall 2015.


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Source: Love’s Travel Stops with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

 

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