U.S. OIL PARTNERS WITH TRUCKING COMPANY TO PROVIDE FUEL IN TEXAS
U.S. Oil has partnered with J Rayl Transport to provide GAIN Clean Fuel CNG as the full service transportation company works to convert its fleet from diesel to natural gas. As part of the partnership, U.S. Oil has acquired J Rayl’s existing station in Akron, Ohio, which opened October 2013. U.S. Oil will also construct a new GAIN Clean Fuel station in Sunnyvale, Texas, (east of Dallas) to provide fuel along J Rayl’s long haul transportation routes. The Sunnyvale station is scheduled to open in September. J Rayl will purchase 76 dedicated CNG tractors and plans to transition more of its fleet to CNG in the future. “CNG costs less than diesel fuel, burns cleaner and reduces our fleet’s emissions,” said J Rayl CEO Jeremy Rayl. “All of these are positives for the environment and for our bottom line.” In addition to the two new stations, which will be open to other trucking firms and the general public, J Rayl will use other GAIN stations along the East Coast.