A core group that natural gas vehicle (NGV) interests have looked to for support is backing down on use of CNG (compressed natural gas) vehicles. Writing in the current issue of Natural Gas Fuels, editor David Port says the 100 largest natural gas local distribution companies had 8.5% fewer CNG-fueled vehicles in their fleets in 1999 as compared to 1998. He characterizes this as “an alarming figure to anyone who holds out hope of meeting the ambitious goals of the industry strategy.” The ...

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