Love’s to open 10 Oklahoma CNG stations

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Updated Jun 1, 2012


Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores announced schedule of grand opening events for new publicly accessible compressed natural gas fueling stations. Construction began in December shortly after Love’s announced its commitment to offer CNG fueling stations at several of its existing locations across Oklahoma.

Through a partnership with Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy Corp., Love’s now will offer CNG in Altus, Chickasha, Guthrie, Lawton, Norman and Oklahoma City. Love’s plans to open four additional CNG fueling stations – in Pauls Valley, Okemah and Guymon, as well as a second in Oklahoma City – also in 2012 as part of the partnership.

The grand opening schedule includes: May 4, Chickasha; May 11, Altus; June 8, Guthrie; June 12, Lawton; July 13, Oklahoma City, NE 122nd and I-35; and July 13, Norman.

“We recognize the importance of expanding our fueling options to meet the diverse needs of our customers,” says Jenny Love Meyer, Love’s vice president of communications. “As more and more corporate and government entities convert their fleets to CNG, we believe demand on the commercial and consumer side will escalate accordingly. We are pleased to partner with Chesapeake to improve accessibility for CNG, a fuel produced in Oklahoma.”

The addition of 10 new CNG stations brings the company’s CNG infrastructure count to 11 and gives Oklahoma more than 70 existing or planned public CNG stations. Love’s opened its first CNG fueling station in 2011 in Kingfisher, where several companies, including Chesapeake, operate CNG fleet vehicles. CNG currently sells for $1.69 per gallon equivalent.