By Hiral Vora MUMBAI, June 22 (Reuters) - Indian energy firms are stepping up spending on compressed natural gas (CNG) infrastructure to meet soaring demand from vehicle makers, but poor facilities may hamper gas adoption in the near term, analysts say. India ranks fifth in the world for vehicles running on CNG, which is half the price of petrol or diesel. But CNG is offered at only about 1 percent of India's 35,000 retail outlets, in sharp contrast to neighbouring Pakistan where CNG ...
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