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TruStar-Branded CNG in Louisiana

September 25, 2015 in CNG, Companies, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Lafayette Station Follows Orlando, Tulsa and Houston

TruStar Energy has opened the fourth in a planned “dozens” of company-branded compressed natural fueling stations, announcing this past week a new outlet in Lafayette, La.

The new TruStar Energy CNG station in Lafayette, La., near the confluence of Interstates 10 and 49, has two traffic lanes and two fast-fill fueling pumps, 'providing easy access for commercial vehicles and private CNG-powered consumer vehicles,' the company says.

The new TruStar Energy CNG station in Lafayette, La., about four mile south of the confluence of Interstates 10 and 49, has two traffic lanes and two fast-fill fueling pumps, ‘providing easy access for commercial vehicles and private CNG-powered consumer vehicles,’ the company says.



“By building out the CNG fueling infrastructure in Louisiana and nationwide, we are incentivizing more fleet owners to make the shift away from diesel and extending the range of CNG-powered fleets already on the road today,” TruStar president Adam Comora said in a release.

TruStar notes that it’s built numerous CNG fueling stations for clients, and that, “building on this success, the company has embarked on a strategy to open dozens of company-owned public CNG stations along high-traffic U.S. corridors over the next several years.” TruStar Energy opened its first company-owned public fueling station in Orlando in July, followed by stations in Tulsa and Houston.

Commercial Fast-Fill Capability

The latest, in Lafayette, “will help facilitate continued growth of natural gas as a transportation fuel in the Louisiana market.” The station has station has two traffic lanes and two fast-fill fueling pumps, providing access for commercial vehicles and private CNG-powered consumer vehicles.

TruStar accepts commercial fuel cards such as Comdata or Fuelman, as well as all major credit cards.


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Source: TruStar Energy with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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