This cooperation is part of the Blue Road, which will deploy a network of public LNG fueling stations for the heavy transportation industry on the corridor of highways 20 and 401. Five public service stations should be built before the end of 2015 in Quebec and Ontario. The first station is set to be built in the fall of 2013.
“Through our Énergies Sonic sector and our Sonic banner, we are already well established in Quebec, with 185 service stations; we are thrilled to further pursue our growth with this partnership. We are also proud to offer alternatives to traditional fuel, and the energy sources at these stations will evolve to adapt to new energy sources. The stations will become rest areas for all motorists and transporters using the Blue Road,” stated Claude Lafleur, CEO of La Coop fédérée.
Source: Gaz Métro