Booster Fuels, UTD Partner on Campus Fuel Delivery

The collaboration is the on-demand fuel company's first on a college campus.

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The University of Texas at Dallas and Booster Fuels are partnering to bring the on-demand gas delivery service to the campus in Richardson.

Booster’s service will allow students, faculty, and staff to have their vehicles gassed up while they are working, studying, or in a class.

The collaboration launched on Monday, and it is Booster’s first formal partnership with a college campus, according to a press release. It is a part of a broader expansion by Booster in North Texas.

“We’re very proud of the success that Booster Fuels has experienced in North Texas, and we hope to continue expanding our service to more companies in the region.”
Frank Mycroft

“Through this partnership with The University of Texas at Dallas, we’re able to bring our convenient on-demand gas delivery to the faculty, staff, and students so that they don’t have to worry about stopping at the gas station when they would rather study for midterms or just get back home to their families,” Booster Fuels CEO Frank Mycroft said in the release.

“We’re very proud of the success that Booster Fuels has experienced in North Texas, and we hope to continue expanding our service to more companies in the region.”

Booster Fuels launched in 2014 and it has expanded its service to more than 100 locations in North Texas.

It only operates on commercial property away from busy public roadways and pedestrians, Booster said in the release.

Customers request Booster’s on-demand services through an app that utilizes GPS technology. Customers leave the fuel door open on their vehicle and they return to find the tank filled.

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