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TruStar-Branded CNG for Fort Myers

April 28, 2016 in CNG, Companies, Infrastructure, NGVs by Patrick Couch  |  No Comments

Designed for Easy Access for Commercial Fleets, and Expansion

TruStar Energy celebrated the opening of a new compressed natural gas fueling station in Fort Myers, Fla. today, following through on a strategy of not only building stations for customer operators, but building stations carrying its own badge.

TruStar Energy’s Anthony Flynn (far left) and J.J. Taylor’s Jose Rivera look on as TruStar Energy president Adam Comora cut the ribbon at the new TruStar-branded CNG outlet in Fort Myers, Fla. this morning. Fort Myers City Councilman Johnny Streets and Keith Gruetzmacher of Teco Peoples Gas are at right.

TruStar Energy’s Anthony Flynn (far left) and J.J. Taylor’s Jose Rivera look on as TruStar Energy president Adam Comora cut the ribbon at the new TruStar-branded CNG outlet in Fort Myers, Fla. this morning. Fort Myers City Councilman Johnny Streets (white shirt) and Keith Gruetzmacher of Teco Peoples Gas are at right.



The company has previously opened TruStar-branded CNG outlets in Orlando, Tulsa, Houston, and Lafayette, La.

The new Fort Myers station, open 24/7, is “designed for future expansion and to provide easy access for commercial fleets,” TruStar says. It has four traffic lanes and two dual-hose fast-fill fueling pumps. It is capable of fueling several hundred vehicles a day – delivering 11.6 GGE/gasoline gallon equivalents per minute – “and serves as a midpoint between Tampa and Fort Lauderdale for fleets travelling the I-75 corridor.”

Ariel and ANGI

As now built, the station has two 250-horsepower Ariel JGQ300 compressors, each generating 736 scfm of gas, one PBS Industries dryer and two ANGI Energy fast-fill dispensers.

TruStar Energy’s TruStar-branded CNG station in Fort Myers is the company’s fifth, and the second in Florida.

TruStar Energy’s TruStar-branded CNG station in Fort Myers is the company’s fifth, and the second in Florida.

Customers can use such commercial fuel cards as Comdata or Fuelman, as well as all major credit cards.

‘Abundant, and Resistant to Price Volatility’

“Florida already has a high volume of CNG vehicles on the road today, and even with low diesel prices, we continue to see more fleets switching to CNG from diesel,” TruStar president Adam Comora says in today’s announcement, noting that the fuel is “cleaner, domestically produced and abundant, and resistant to price volatility.”

“Close to several major fleets, as well as a heavy traffic corridor, our new Fort Myers station will be a valuable and productive resource for businesses in the area,” Comora said.


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Source: TruStar Energy with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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