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Fuels and Supplies
617 E. Emma Ave, Springdale, Arkansas, United States

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Industry : Fuel Cells
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Since Aug, 2019
About Company

With over 1,500 customers, Fuels & Supplies is here to provide stability in an ever changing marketplace. Capitalizing on the supply resources of ConocoPhillips, as well as other major brands, our experienced management and sales force offers crucial insight into the industrys cutting edge technology.   Fuels & Supplies utilizes efficient operational tools to provide the service needed to meet your evolving business needs.Fuels & Supplies growing sales territory and supply network broadens the borders of its mid-continent region.

  • Customized Service
  • Dependable Distribution
  • Multiple Terminal Access
  • Trained and Experienced Staff
  • On Site Evaluation
  • Specialized Service Fleet
  • Online Price Access

Fueling Generations Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

What began as Magnolia Oil in 1923, became Fuels & Supplies in 1954. For over 50 years, Fuel & Supplies provided fuel service to Northwest Arkansas. With our elite team, we will continue to provide quality oil and gas products with outstanding customer service.    Beginning a new history of prosperity is no easy feat. Fuels & Supplies is here to make the journey easier. Having the advantage of respected supply resources gives our customers the edge for success. Together Fuels & Supplies and its customers fuel today and tomorrow.

What Is CNG?

CNG is an alternative gasoline thats made by compressing natural gas to less than 1% of its volume given standard atmospheric pressure. CNG consist mostly of methane, CNG is odorless, colorless and tasteless.   Natural gas powers more than 12 million vehicles on the road today. The average growth rate in the U.S. for CNG shows a 3.7% increase per year since 2000, as contrasted with a booming global growth rate of 30.6% per year.

  • Air Quality - Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) is one of the cleanest burning alternative fuels available. Natural gas vehicles (NGVs) emit up to 30% less greenhouse gas.

  • Cost - The use of natural gas fuel reduces costs significantly for vehicle and fleet owners. Natural gas averages up to $1.50 less per gallon than diesel or gasoline (depending upon local markets).

  • Abundance - North America has at least a 120-year supply of natural gas, according to a June 2008 study. There have been huge natural gas reserves discovered since 2008 making for long term stability. There are more than 13 million NGVs worldwide, with about 112,000 on U.S. roads today. 25% of all new transit buses currently on order nationwide are natural gas-powered. While abundance remains for natural gas there is a possible for fewer production wells being drilled in the next few years causing a increase in a demand. In addition further drilling is not expected until the price of natural gas rise, however the savings and cost benefits are still very realizable even with a significant price increase as show below in the breakeven analysis.

  • Domestic - 98% of natural gas consumed in North America is domestically produced. Increasing use of NGVs reduces our dependence on foreign oil and enhances our nations energy security.

  • Vehicle Availability – Detroit Automakers and Truck Manufacturers are issuing CNG Ready OEM vehicles in the 2013 model year starting this fall. NGVs already serve more users than any other alternative fuel vehicle. In the United States, about 30 different manufacturers produce 100 models of light, medium and heavy-duty vehicles and engines.

  • Its Safe: Lighter-than-air compressed natural gas is nontoxic and disperses quickly. It has a higher ignition temperature than gasoline and diesel fuel, which reduces the chances of accidental ignition.

  • It Reduces Noise: Natural gas engines can reduce noise by as much as 50% compared to diesel engines.

  • It Can Be Renewable: Renewable natural gas—also known as biomethane or biogas—is a model alternative fuel. Produced from animal and crop waste and sewage, landfills and naturally occurring peat bogs and swamps. Methane is amazingly simple to produce, handle and use as a fuel.

Company NameFuels and Supplies
Business CategoryFuel Cells
Address617 E. Emma Ave
United States
ZIP: 72764
Year Established1954
Hours of OperationNA
Company Services
  • Customized Service
  • Dependable Distribution
  • Multiple Terminal Access
  • Trained And Experienced Staff
  • On Site Evaluation
  • Specialized Service Fleet
  • Online Price Access
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