Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Somerset, PA - Oct 25, 2016 - U.S. Gain, the compressed natural gas (CNG) division of U.S. Venture, Inc. announced today the opening of a new CNG station built in partnership with “O” Ring CNG Fuel Systems, LP. The station, located at 119 Doc Smith Drive, Somerset, Pennsylvania, will be branded as “O” Ring CNG/GAIN® Clean Fuel and added to GAIN® Clean Fuel’s nationwide infrastructure of CNG stations.
Using CNG helps to reduce the nearly one billion dollars a day the country now spends on importing foreign oil. Using CNG increases our energy and economic security, and GAIN® Clean Fuel and “O” Ring empower business success by providing a secure, superior gateway to next-generation energy.
“CNG is becoming a much more widely used alternative to diesel for fleets,” said “O” Ring CEO Robert Beatty. “It’s a cleaner burning alternative to diesel and domestically produced. Fleets are also attracted to the stability of natural gas pricing as compared to diesel making it an economically feasible alternative.”
The station will provide fleets and the public with access to CNG and establishes another strategically located GAIN Clean Fuel CNG fueling site.
“This is the sixth site we’ve developed with “O” Ring and we’re excited about continuing our collaboration on this site,” said Bill Renz, general manager for U.S. Gain. “This location builds upon the strong GAINClean Fuel network in the Northeast United States and will provide additional CNG access for both regional and national carriers.”
About U.S. Gain
U.S. Gain, a division of U.S. Venture, is a leading compressed natural gas (CNG) provider offering fleet operators access to GAIN® Clean Fuel, an environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to traditional fuel options. GAIN Clean Fuel stations are strategically located for carriers along major shipping corridors. For more information, please visit www.gainfuel.com.
About “O” Ring
“O” Ring CNG is a full-service global CNG fuel solutions company based in Western Pennsylvania whose goal is to promote the use of CNG as a clean abundant and economical North American energy source. “O” Ring CNG currently owns and operates four CNG stations and has built over a dozen others for clients. Its station projects are vertically integrated throughout all aspects of design, implementation and building, ending with a sustainable energy product for the future.
Tracy Williams-Prince U.S. Oil/GAIN