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July 04, 2015 7:30 AM ET

Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels

Company Overview of Englefield Oil Company, Inc.

Company Overview

Englefield Oil Company, Inc. supplies fuel and lubricants and provides related services to wholesale and retail markets in Ohio. It operates convenient stores, commercial unattended fueling locations, and bulk/packaged lubricant warehouses. The company also delivers automotive motor oils and industrial lubricants. In addition, it offers commercial fueling services to municipal fleets, school buses, delivery trucks, taxi fleets, ambulances, construction fleets, plumbing fleets, and electrical fleets. Englefield Oil Company, Inc. was founded in 1961 and is based in Heath, Ohio.

447 James Parkway

Mid Ohio Industrial Park

Heath, OH 43056

United States

Founded in 1961

Phone:

740-928-8215

Fax:

740-928-1531

Key Executives for Englefield Oil Company, Inc.

President
Age: 57
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Accounting
President of Englefield Inc
Vice President of Human Resources & Real Estate
Vice President of Retail Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Englefield Oil Company, Inc. Key Developments

IGS CNG Services and Englefield Oil Announces Opening of Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Station at 3909 Alum Creek Drive in Obetz, Ohio

IGS CNG Services, in conjunction with Englefield Oil, announced the opening of their compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station at the existing Duchess convenience store, a BP fueling station at 3909 Alum Creek Drive in Obetz, OH. The station will service a growing number of Ohio businesses and citizens who are converting to natural gas vehicles (NGVs) as a way to save money and use a clean, Ohio fuel. The Obetz station is the newest in the IGS CNG Services’ family of stations that serves the public, and the first CNG station at a Duchess location. Of the stations, IGS CNG Services has six active locations in Ohio (including Obetz) and three in West Virginia. The other Ohio CNG stations are located in Dayton, Dublin (owned by the City of Dublin), Findlay, Orrville, and Girard. The West Virginia CNG stations are located in Charleston, Bridgeport, and Jane Lew. At the station, there are two CNG dispensers with four hoses, including two high flow and two ‘fleet’ style. These dispensers would allow users to fuel their CNG vehicle in the same amount of time it would take to refuel traditional gasoline or diesel vehicles. Overall, CNG is a cleaner burning alternative fuel to traditional fuels, emitting up to 30% less carbon dioxide, up to 75% less carbon monoxide and up to 95% less particulate matter than gasoline or diesel. The fuel also costs substantially less than the price of gasoline, is approximately 30% to 40% below current diesel prices, and is produced domestically in states including Ohio. Currently, there is more than a 100-year natural gas supply in the United States alone. This station marks the continuation of the infrastructure necessary to support Ohio’s conversion to natural gas fueled vehicles. It will support light-, medium- and heavy-duty CNG fueled vehicles. Commercial CNG vehicles can range from light-duty trucks and sedans to medium-duty trucks (such as delivery vans and postal vehicles), to heavy-duty vehicles (such as tractor trailers).

IGS CNG Services Partners with Englefield Oil to Construct Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Station in Obetz, OH

IGS CNG Services, in conjunction with Englefield Oil, announced a Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling station will be constructed at the existing Duchess convenience store, a BP fueling station at 3909 Alum Creek Drive in Obetz, OH. The station will service a growing number of Ohio businesses and citizens who are converting to natural gas vehicles (NGVs) as a way to save money and use a clean, Ohio fuel. The Obetz station will be the ninth station in the IGS CNG Services family of stations that service the public, and the first CNG station at a Duchess location. Of the nine stations, IGS CNG Services has two currently under construction in Findlay and Dayton, Ohio along with three active stations in Ohio and three in West Virginia. The Ohio CNG stations are located in Dublin (owned by the City of Dublin), Orrville and Girard. The West Virginia CNG stations are located in Charleston, Bridgeport, and Jane Lew.

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