TruStar Energy Celebrates Opening Public CNG Station in Arkansas
TruStar Energy announced the grand opening of Krug Energy’s public fast-fill fueling station, located in Searcy, Arkansas, on Highway 67/167. The station, designed and constructed by TruStar Energy, has been dispensing fuel since late December—and serves to fuel Krug’s fleet of 20 Kenworth CNG-powered tractors, as well as trucks from several other local fleets. The station features three dispensers that are suited to fuel both smaller consumer vehicles as well as larger commercial tractors.
“Krug Energy is another perfect example of a company that understands the true long-term cost of energy—and the benefits that migrating to CNG has to offer,” said TruStar Energy President and CEO Adam Comora. “Krug Energy has aggressively migrated away from diesel because they see the opportunity presented by a stable, domestic fuel source.”
According to Krug, they have reduced their downtime by 75 percent by converting, adding that the diesel’s emission sensors were constantly downing their trucks. The station is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and accepts all major credit cards as well as major fleet fueling cards.