Roehl Transport, GAIN Clean Fuel Debut CNG in Gary


GAIN Clean Fuel, a division of U.S. Oil, and heavy-duty carrier Roehl Transport have opened a new compressed natural gas (CNG) station in Gary, Ind., that is projected to supply 450,000 DGE of CNG in the next 12 months.

The fast-fill station is located close to Interstate I-80/90, a major shipping corridor, which will give Roehl and other fleets an additional option in the Midwest for accessing CNG for their tractors.

‘We've made significant investments in our equipment, facilities and training programs to increase our energy efficiencies and decrease our fuel consumption,’ says Greg Koepel, vice president of Roehl Transport. ‘We see U.S. Oil as a strategic partner in helping us reach our company goals for energy use and conservation.’

GAIN has 32 fuel stations open or under construction in 15 states. The company is on track to build 100 stations across the U.S. over the next three years.

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