TruStar Opens CNG Station for High Plains Bioenergy in Oklahoma
On Thursday, TruStar Energy announced the grand opening of High Plains Bioenergy’s (HPB) fast-fill CNG station located across from their processing facility in Guymon, Oklahoma. HPB, a subsidiary of Seaboard Foods, is a renewable energy company that produces biofuels for its integrated food system. The station is HPB’s first public station and offers 24/7 access. The addition of the HPB CNG fueling station ensures the availability of CNG to Seaboard Foods’ fleet, but also provides a fuel source for the growing number of CNG vehicles in the Oklahoma Panhandle. Since the start of their transition, Seaboard Foods has logged more than 7 million miles with CNG fuel and is on track to displace more than 1 million gallons of diesel fuel this year alone. Their fleet includes more than 160 CNG fueled vehicles, which includes light duty pickups, semis hauling feed and livestock and over- the-road trucks hauling pork products nationwide.