Superior Energy Systems dispensers reach 100-million-gallon milestone

September 12, 2023 By    
Photo courtesy of Superior Energy Systems

Photo courtesy of Superior Energy Systems

Superior Energy Systems has reached a milestone of more than 100 million gallons of fuel pumped through its line of PRO-Vend 2000 propane autogas dispensers, announced the company known for its propane midstream and autogas installations.

Superior Energy Systems’ PRO-Vend 2000 propane autogas dispensers feature a secure, cloud-based fuel management system that can connect to the company’s proprietary network and subsequently track the aggregated number of gallons pumped throughout the United States and Canada. The network includes more than 380 dispensers. There are also more than a thousand additional Superior autogas dispensers across North America that do not utilize the network, meaning millions of additional gallons have been pumped beyond those tracked, according to the company.

“Nearly a decade ago, Superior Energy Systems brought to market a new propane autogas dispenser innovation, the PRO-Vend 2000, that we felt at the time would be a game-changer,” says Derek Rimko, vice president of operations. “That led to additions to the PRO-Vend line that can meet the needs of any propane autogas fleet, including top-of-the-line fleet management software. With the recent pumping of our one hundred millionth gallon through our proprietary cloud-based network, it’s clear that we’ve accomplished our objective.”

The PRO-Vend 2000 propane autogas dispenser allows fleet customers to track driver identification, gallons pumped and vehicle mileage, and can create standard reports without the need to purchase and install separate technology. A self-contained touchscreen system makes refueling a simple process, and drivers can easily refuel with a key fob or access number, the company explains.

The turnkey units, which use an ultra-low emission fuel nozzle, comply with all applicable National Fire Protection Association and Canadian Standards Association standards and are also built to Underwriters Laboratories standards. This means the dispensers can be added to any existing fuel island, alongside conventional gasoline and diesel dispensers. PRO-Vend units are also National Type Evaluation Program certified and accepted by the Canadian National Conference of Weights and Measures.

“One hundred million gallons of propane autogas pumped is a tremendous accomplishment for Superior Energy Systems, and we are pleased to play a role in that accomplishment,” says John Hutchison, director of operations for Prism Propane in North Baltimore, Ohio. “The ability of its PRO-Vend dispensers to track gallons pumped via its web-based fuel management system is a substantial help for our customers in managing both budgets and drivers.”

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