November 2011, Vol. 238 No. 11


CNG As Vehicle Fuel Looming Larger

We are seeing accelerating interest in the use of compressed natural gas (CNG) as a vehicle fuel in the U.S. This is being spurred by developments including 1) new methods of drilling that have greatly increased gas reserves and 2) by environmental pressure to reduce greenhouse gases. The purpose of this article is to acquaint potential CNG station developers with some of the issues to be dealt with and to provide an overall understanding of the workings of the station. The following terms should be understood by anyone considering installing a CNG fueling station: 1) CNG: This is natural gas that has been highly compressed to reduce its volume to make it practical for applicat

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