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Find a good land planner guy and start with that. I would start then checking local zoning and any land use requirements that your local government might have. Its hard to make money selling gas margins are slim.
You could try the main gas companies (Shell, Chevron, etc.) and ask about their franchise assistance.
Maybe forget this idea and sell this land to end users that look for corner lots for construction.
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