Worley and Obetz Inc. opens fourth autogas refueling station

February 1, 2018 By    

Worley and Obetz Inc. added a propane autogas refueling station at its location in Mount Joy, Pennsylvania.

This is the company’s fourth propane autogas refueling station. It opened its first facility in 2004 in Manheim, Pennsylvania. The new facility is made available through Worley and Obetz’s Pacific Pride and Wo-Go fuel card programs.

According to the company, this location offers 24/7 access to propane, as well as biodiesel, unleaded E10 gasoline, E85 ethanol and premium no-ethanol gasoline.

“The great thing about propane is that it’s domestically produced, creates American jobs and is readily available with convenient locations,” says Jeff Lyons, president and CEO of Worley and Obetz. “We’re excited to make it more accessible to fleet and residential customers in Lancaster County.”

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