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OnCue Express Opens Three CNG Stations

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December 8, 2011

Stillwater, Okla.-based OnCue Express is adding three more compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations, which would bring its total CNG network of 11 locations.

oncue store imageThese additional fueling stations would make OnCue Express the largest operator of CNG fueling stations in Oklahoma, according to Conveneince Store News. The new stations will be located in Del City, Enid and Stillwater, Okla.

"As a local company, we are proud to support Oklahoma's natural gas industry by opening new CNG fueling in the state," said Jim Griffith, CEO of OnCue Express. "The economic and environmental benefits of natural gas as a transportation fuel are well documented, and our company believes that increasing CNG accessibility is the right thing to do for our customers and our country. We hope the addition of more CNG stations will continue to increase demand for this domestic fuel."

OnCue is opening the stations because CNG is cleaner burning and more affordable than petroleum. "OnCue Express' CNG price has remained at $1.39 for the last 18 months, while unleaded prices have fluctuated between $3 and $4 per gallon," Griffith said.

 

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