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U.S. Oil expands network of compressed natural gas stations

12:10 PM, Mar. 1, 2013
John Locust, with the State Department, gasses up his federal vehicle with CNG (compressed natural gas), an alternative fuel, at the NEX (Navy Exchange) Quarters 'K' Gas Station & Quickmart in Arlington, Va.
John Locust, with the State Department, gasses up his federal vehicle with CNG (compressed natural gas), an alternative fuel, at the NEX (Navy Exchange) Quarters 'K' Gas Station & Quickmart in Arlington, Va.
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U.S. Oil on Friday announced it has acquired six compressed natural gas fueling stations from We Energies.

The stations include two in Milwaukee, and others in Appleton, Franklin, Racine, and Waukesha. U.S. Oil now has eight natural gas fueling sites around the state and has one under construction in Green Bay, which will open in April.

"We believe CNG is the fuel of the future and U.S. Oil is committed to making it a realistic and successful fuel alternative," Mike Koel, vice president of business development for U.S. Oil, a division of Kimberly-based U.S. Venture, operators of ...

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