Gain Clean Fuel opens CNG station in Colorado

As part of its plan to open 100 locations in the next three years, Gain Clean Fuel has opened a new compressed natural gas station in Aurora, CO. The station will offer fast-fill capability and is available to trucking fleets.

The station, which is located at 19401 E. 32nd Parkway, will be able to replace the equivalent of 400,000 gals. of diesel fuel in the next year.

“This is a great partnership and one we encourage other carriers to consider,” said Tyler Svitak, Clean Cities manager at the American Lung Assn. in Colorado. “Utilizing natural gas as a transportation fuel offers significant economic and air quality benefits. CNG is domestically produced in Colorado and throughout the U.S., which contributes to a less volatile fuel price that is $1.00-$1.50 cheaper than diesel. In addition, CNG emits fewer criteria air pollutants than conventional diesel fuel, so we all benefit from the growing popularity of CNG.”

Gain Clean Fuel is a division of U.S. Oil.

Design of the project was completed by CESO, Inc. and on-site construction and management was provided by their sister company DDC, LLC. 


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