STILLWATER, Okla. — OnCue Express announced the opening of two new compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations, according to CSPnet.com.

Two additional stations are scheduled to open later this fall, stated the article.

On Aug. 10 OnCue opened its first of four new 2015 CNG stations, integrated with a convenience store, in Edmond, reported the article.

The station has the ability of flowing up to 10 GGE per minute with the CNG dispenser under the main canopy, continued the article.

Another heavy-duty CNG station opened on Aug. 11 in Hennessey, added the article, and is designed for semitrailers, featuring two light-duty and four heavy-duty lanes.

“These two new stations bring the OnCue CNG infrastructure total to 18 active stations,” said Scott Minton, market development manager for CNG, in the article. “OnCue currently has seven additional locations in active planning phases, with two of those preparing to open later this year.”

An OnCue Express Truck Stop and a new OnCue Express c-store are scheduled to open later this year, informed the article.

OnCue Express operates c-stores throughout Oklahoma, noted the article, and this chain is operated by OnCue Marketing LLC, which also manages in-store restaurants.

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