CNG Station Acquired from Apache Corp in the Galleria District:
Another in What’s to Be ‘Dozens’ of TruStar-Branded Fuel Outlets
TruStar Energy has opened a company-branded compressed natural gas fueling station in Houston, its third branded station following Orlando in July and Tulsa earlier this month.
The latest, in Houston’s Galleria district, was acquired from Apache Corp, which will continue to supply the facility’s gas. The station in Tulsa was acquired from Apache too, as was another in Louisiana that’s also set to open under the TruStar name.
TruStar says it’s building CNG stations across the country, and plans to open “dozens of company-branded public CNG stations along high-traffic U.S. corridors over the next several years.”
The Houston station has two traffic lanes and two fast-fill pumps, providing easy access for both commercial and consumer vehicles. TruStar accepts such commercial fuel cards as Comdata or Fuelman as well as all major credit cards.
‘Keeping Jobs and Revenues in the U.S.’
“Our new TruStar Energy CNG public fueling station in Houston will be a valuable resource for area fleets to operate more efficiently and profitably,” TruStar Energy president Adam Comora said in a release.
“This, in turn, will help spur the growth of this cleaner, alternative fuel in Texas,” Comora said.
“By aggressively expanding America’s network of CNG fueling stations, the company is supporting the domestic energy economy, helping to lower carbon emissions and increase national energy security, while keeping jobs and revenues in the U.S.,” TruStar says.
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Source: TruStar Energy with Fleets & Fuels follow-up