“This is the first of what we hope will be more CNG fuelling stations at Love’s locations across Oklahoma and the rest of the country as the market develops”, said Jenny Love Meyer, Love’s vice president of Marketing. “We see the new fuelling station in Kingfisher as meeting the growing demand for compressed natural gas, especially from fleet operators in this area”, he added.
“We believe the future for natural gas is bright,” said James Roller, market development coordinator at Chesapeake. “It is affordable and it is plentiful in the United States. As a result, businesses, schools and cities who have already converted their fleets to CNG are enjoying considerable savings in fuel expenses while gasoline and diesel prices continue to rise. We are optimistic more companies will convert their fleets in the future and consumers will gravitate to CNG-powered cars as manufacturers produce more CNG models.”
It is worth to note that others major corporations, like AT&T and UPS, also have announced plans to use more CNG vehicles in their fleets.
Source: Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores