The Oklahoma City-based company has more than 290 travel stops and convenience stores around the country.
Taylor Shinn, Chesapeake's senior director of corporate development, commended Love's for its commitment to CNG.
“CNG continues to have the potential to be a major player in the transportation fuels market, not only in our state but across the country,” he said. “As two Oklahoma-based companies, we are proud to support and expand the use of clean, affordable and Oklahoma-produced
The addition of 10 new CNG stations at Love's stores will push Oklahoma to more than 70 existing or planned public fueling
Love's currently sells CNG for $1.69 per gallon equivalent, making it a less expensive fueling option for fleet vehicles and others.
If you go
Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores will celebrate the grand opening of public compressed natural gas fueling stations at these six locations:
• May 11: Altus.
• June 8: Guthrie.
• June 12: Lawton.
• July 13: NE 122 and Interstate 35 in Oklahoma City.
• July 13: Norman.