WISCONSIN COMPANIES PARTNER WITH U.S. OIL ON NEW GAIN CLEAN FUEL STATION
UW Provision Company, in a joint effort with Middleton Farmers Cooperative and U.S. Oil, announced they will build a new GAIN Clean Fuel CNG station to be located at the Middleton Farmers Cooperative facility in Middleton, Wisconsin. The new station will supply UW Provision’s fleet, which delivers meat and specialized food products across the Midwest. The station will also be open to other carriers and the general public. Within the agreement, Middleton Farmers will host the GAIN station and UW Provision will convert up to eight of its fleet of 20 box trucks to CNG. In exchange, U.S. Oil will construct the GAIN station and supply UW provision’s anchor fleet with CNG fuel for 10 years. “Getting into the [natural gas] market gives our company a competitive advantage, and with CNG use growing throughout the United States, we want to be a part of that trend by providing customers convenient access to it,” said David Rischmueller, GM for Middleton Farmers Cooperative. U.S. Oil currently operates 12 GAIN Clean Fuel stations and is in the process of constructing 12 more. U.S. Oil plans to have more than 100 GAIN stations operating within the next three years.