If you ran into Chris E. Borroni-Bird at that oft-parodied party in The Graduate, his watchword would be “natural gas,” not plastics. The senior manager of DaimlerChrysler Corp. (DCC) Technology Strategy Planning isn't predicting that compressed natural gas vehicles are the wave of the future. But he does believe that society is in the midst of a shift from oil to natural gas that is similar to the historic shift from wood and coal to oil. That's part of the logic behind DCC's technology ...

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