The Strangest Gas Station I've Ever Seen

Jason Williams

Posted March 27, 2023

While I’m not a fan of the politics, California always holds a special place in my heart.

The mountains crashing down into the sea along California’s northern coastline, the fertile fields of the Imperial Valley that produce so much of the nation’s fruits and vegetables, the beautiful beaches to the south looking out over the majestic Pacific Ocean…

How could anyone not feel a bit of awe at the natural splendor that’s constantly on display in the Golden State?

California was the first place I experienced real big mountain skiing and snowboarding, a passion of mine, giving me a more personal connection to a state I’ve never resided in.

But my most recent trip to California wasn’t simply for pleasure, although it’s tough not to fit in some of that while you’re out there.

My most recent trip was to investigate a few potential investments.

I met with and interviewed the executives of a small copper miner I think has huge potential.

I researched the massive Southern California infill market, where goods from around the world enter the United States and await delivery inside of equally massive warehouses owned by some of the richest landlords in the world.

But the thing that really struck me the most wasn’t actually something I went out there to investigate at all.

As California Goes…

It was a gas station that we stopped at on our way from point A to point B.

But it wasn’t so much the station itself that drew my attention. It looked pretty much like any other filling station you’ve ever seen.

It had a little convenience store where you could pick up a Coke (which I did), a pack of smokes (if that’s something you’re into), a snack, or a lottery ticket.

It had pumps under awnings with the company’s branding all over them. It had a little parking lot off to the side.

shell filling station

Nothing that special or interesting so far, right?

It wasn’t until we’d driven far enough past it that I noticed what was really interesting about this particular station…

And that was the line of semi trucks stacked up around the side of the station. I’d never seen so many big trucks filling up at such a little station:

shell filling station with zero-emission trucks

That’s what got me to take a second look at this interesting little filling station.

You see, those trucks were all labeled “zero-emissions.”

But they were hooking up to fuel pumps and filling their tanks just like any old big rig I’d ever seen at the thousands of truck stops I’ve passed through in my lifetime of road trips.

What’s This? Some Kind of Magic?

How could they be both powered by fuel that comes from pumps AND zero-emission? I had to know.

So I did some digging. And I found out that those trucks were all powered by a new kind of fuel. It was developed for a top-secret NASA program several years ago.

And this fuel’s ONLY byproducts are pure oxygen and clean water, making it fit the definition of zero-emission to a T.

That’s exciting, but we’ve all heard promises about massive advances in non-fossil fuel vehicles. And we’ve all seen them end in disaster when the execution never materialized.

So I needed to do some more digging to see if this really could be the investment I thought when I first noticed all those truckers eagerly awaiting their fill-up.

And that’s when I found out that this fuel is already powering tens of thousands of vehicles, maybe even millions by now.

It’s been adopted by Amazon to power the forklifts in their global network of warehouses and distribution centers.

It’s powering trains and buses across Europe and Asia.

And, quite obviously, it’s also powering the big rigs hauling our freight out of the country’s largest infill market in Southern California.

But despite already being out there on the roads proving it’s a viable alternative to those diesel-powered trucks we all recognize…

The company behind this new powerhouse is still flying under the radar of nearly every retail investor on the market.

Wall Street Loves This Stock!

But that’s not the case when it comes to institutional investors, otherwise known as “the smart money.”

They’re already loading up on shares of this little company in anticipation of its hyper-growth.

In fact, nearly 35% of this company’s shares are already owned by companies like Vanguard, State Street, Invesco, and my former corporate home, Morgan Stanley.

Morgan is so bullish that it’s already scooped up nearly 4 MILLION shares!

And that’s because they know something the average investor might not: Batteries are not the future of commercial transportation; this fuel is.

So, after doing all that research, I was even more excited than I had been when I first noticed this strange filling station.

And I’m the kind of guy who likes to share his discoveries…

So I compiled a full report on my findings that I could share with you, my loyal readers.

And that report was so popular that I recently turned it into an easy-to-watch presentation detailing the whole opportunity as I see it.

So today I’ve got a homework assignment for you.

Your Mission, Should You Choose to Accept It…

I want you to read my report (or watch my presentation) and see if you agree with me that this zero-emission fuel is going to completely reshape the face of commercial transportation.

If you do, I highly suggest you get invested now, while it’s just the big institutions betting on the stock…

Before the rank-and-file world finds out about this opportunity.

But if you don’t, I’d like to know why. And I’d like your opinion on what’s going to lead the commercial transportation industry out of the age of diesel and into the era of zero emissions.

I’m always trying to learn more, and the best way to do that is by listening to other people.

But I’m pretty sure that once you see all the research I’ve gathered, you’ll agree this is the real future of transportation and an investment everyone should be making.

To your wealth,


Jason Williams

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After graduating Cum Laude in finance and economics, Jason designed and analyzed complex projects for the U.S. Army. He made the jump to the private sector as an investment banking analyst at Morgan Stanley, where he eventually led his own team responsible for billions of dollars in daily trading. Jason left Wall Street to found his own investment office and now shares the strategies he used and the network he built with you. Jason is the founder of Main Street Ventures, a pre-IPO investment newsletter; the founder of Future Giants, a nano cap investing service; and authors The Wealth Advisory income stock newsletter. He is also the managing editor of Wealth Daily. To learn more about Jason, click here.

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