“The trucking industry, and subsequently the country’s economy, would come to a stop without fuel, which is why ATA is so excited to have Questar Fueling on board as a new featured product,” says ATA President and CEO Bill Graves. “The company serves many ATA members each day and provides them with fueling options that keep costs down and operations running smoothly.”
ATA has highlighted some of Questar Fueling’s larger CNG stations. For example, the company’s Houston station, used by Central Freight Lines and Swift Transportation, can serve up to 120 Class 8 CNG-powered trucks utilizing time-fill application. The station also features a five-lane, fast-fill facility with public access.
Also in Texas, Questar Fueling’s San Antonio station can serve up to 60 Class 8 CNG-powered trucks utilizing time-fill application and has a six-lane, fast-fill facility with public access. ATA notes the company also owns CNG stations in Kansas, Utah, California and Arizona, with plans to add more in 2016.