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    New PC&F Partnership to Propel Alternative Fueling Stations

    Eighty of the chain's western U.S. locations could soon be "Clean Fuel Points" under deal with Propel Fuels.

    REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- Pacific Convenience and Fuels LLC (PC&F) has signed a multi-year agreement with Propel Fuels to co-locate "Clean Fuel Points" throughout the western part of the United States.

    The companies have targeted 80 of PC&F's 300 potential locations to install renewable fuel self-serve filling stations, which will co-exist with traditional fueling stations. The potential locations are in California, Washington, Oregon and Colorado, and operate under several brands such as Chevron, 76, Conoco, and Circle K.

    According to Propel, the deal allows the company to boost revenues and provide a new income stream for PC&F. In return, Propel receives access to premium real estate on existing sites.

    "[This] first-of-its-kind agreement allows us to quickly scale our business, opening the door to renewable fuel across the western U.S., America's most underserved market for renewable fuels," said Matt Horton, CEO of Propel. "And with U.S. automakers significantly increasing production of flex-fuel and diesel vehicles, we will give customers true choice at the pump, making progress toward reducing our nation's independence on foreign oil and lowering carbon emissions."

    Chris Wilson, general manager of PC&F, said the partnership is important because it meets a growing demand for alternative fuels. "We are pleased to partner with Propel, the leader in alternative fuels, to bring this option to our customers."

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