Love’s to expand CNG network along I-40

Oct. 30, 2014

Love’s Travel Stop said it will add another compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling location along Interstate 40. The location will be at an existing Love’s location in West Memphis, AR, and feature fast-fill for heavy-duty trucks and a CNG fueling option for passenger vehicles.

“With the opening of this location, professional drivers and motorists can travel more than 1,300 mi. along I-40 between West Memphis, Arkansas, and Williams, Arizona, using Love’s CNG,” said Frank Love, co-CEO of Love’s. “Expanding our offerings along this major interstate, and others across the country, makes CNG a viable option for more types of trucking applications.”

Love’s Fast-Fill CNG is designed for over-the-road fleets. CNG is available in-lane along with diesel and diesel exhaust fuel (DEF). It offers a fill rate of greater than 10 gallons per minute, meaning a driver can fill a 100 gallon equivalent tank in 10 minutes or less.

CNG is expected to be available at the West Memphis location by spring 2015.

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