Roehl Transport and H.M.D. Trucking have partnered with U.S. Oil to build a GAIN compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station along Interstate 80/90 in Gary, IN. GAIN is the CNG division of U.S. Oil.

“This partnership continues our build-out of a nation-wide network of CNG stations,” said Bill Renz, general manager of the GAIN Clean Fuel Division. “The Gary station not only gives Roehl Transport a CNG fueling location along a key truck route, it also delivers an economic, clean-fuel alternative for their fleet, consistent with the company’s environmentally-responsible green policy.”

Roehl provides national and regional transportation and logistics.

“We’ve made significant investments in our equipment, facilities and training programs to increase our energy efficiencies and decrease our fuel consumption,” said Greg Koepel, vice president-Roehl. “We see U.S. Oil as a strategic partner in helping us reach our company goals for energy use and conservation.”

The station, which is the 12th GAIN station under construction in the U.S., will include space for eight CNG dispensers and be open to other trucking fleets as well as the general public.