A LOW-COST RESIDENTIAL system for refueling cars with natural gas at is claimed by U.K.-based BG International, a gas exploration and production company, according to the Financial Times. Although equipment of this kind has been available for some time, the announcement suggests a lower-cost, better system may have been developed. The claimed “breakthrough” technology is said to be under review by General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. SOURCES IN Detroit say General Motors Corp. is ...
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