* Pickens calls for more natgas trucks, municipal vehicles * Proposed Senate bill includes passenger cars * Infrastructure supporting natgas vehicles long way off By Jeanine Prezioso NEW YORK, July 29 (Reuters) - T.Boone Pickens' proposal to run more U.S. vehicles on natural gas got a boost in Congress this week, but the energy billionaire must wait a few years before profiting from any investments linked to the plan. An energy bill introduced on Tuesday by Senate Majority Leader ...
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