Two Texas Triangle Fueling Outlets and a Third Opening in Mid-July
U.S. Gain is joining forces with Independence Fuel Systems in the Texas Triangle. Two existing Fast Flow CNG stations operated by IFS will be co-branded as Gain Clean Fuel CNG stations, while a third is to open in mid-July in Centerville, on Interstate 45 approximately halfway between Houston and Dallas.
The existing IFS-Fast Flow CNG outlets are on Interstate 20 in Longview and the other on Highway 59 in Carthage.
“These three locations will support major trucking routes that connect Dallas, Houston and Shreveport, along with multiple other routes throughout the rest of the country, and will provide significant advantages to the carriers we serve,” U.S. Gain GM Bill Renz said in a release.
IFS Welcomes U.S. Gain Customers
The co-branding is expected to bring Gain customers to the existing Fast Flow CNG outlets, IFS marketing manager Matt Russell told F&F.
All three locations will provide easy-access, fast-fill capabilities. They will accept fleet cards for truck convenience “and have proven reliability to ensure that fleets have a consistent fuel source,” Gain says. They are open to fleets and the general public.
“All of our stations are equipped with plenty of room for large trucks,” says Russell, and all can dispense CNG at a rate of 10 GGE per minute or better.
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Source: U.S. Oil Gain Clean Fuel with Fleets & Fuels follow-up