Drivers looking to reduce their environmental footprint are expected to account for a 6-fold rise in sales of vehicles powered by liquefied-petroleum gas by 2015, a major industry player in Australia predicts. Deliveries of factory-fitted LPG cars have the potential to jump from 13,000 units to 80,000 annually, as the Australian government, fleets and individuals choose the fuel as a “clean and green” option, says Tony Fitzgerald, managing director of Orbital Corp. Ltd.’s Orbital Gas ...
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