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| > I should have said CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) instead of LNG which
| > must be contained in a double walled insulated pressurized
| > here for info-
| > http://www.eere.energy.gov/afdc/fuels/natural_gas_cng_lng.html
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| > Anyolmouse
| It wouldnt make a lot of difference, financially. NGL, CNG, etc are
| to be expensive, because petroleum hydrocarbons are presently
CNG prices of $0.91/gallon in OKC and $2.19/gallon in DFW area according
If we started using CNG more the price would go up. As Mr. Pickens has
stated many times- it is all about supply and demand. Something our
liberal friends in D.C. can't comprehend.
| We can fumblefart around with this sort of exercise, but the problem
| we are producing far less petroleum than we need at out present
| to wit some 70% is imported from countries that do not give a damn
No Natural Gas shortage in US per Oil & Gas Journal-
| We have to have a plan, and we have NONE...T. Boone Pickens said the
| day that a fool with a plan can defeat a genius without one every
No arguement here.
| We need a non partisan, scientifically defensible, sound and workable
| program. And we have a congress full of fools who are only involved
| and pork.
And most have a Marxist mentality!
All that needs to be done to produce CNG is to filter natural gas and
Interesting site on MPG comparison-
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