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CNG Vehicles. Increase Demand!

By Greg Russell

The Marietta Times is reporting that the mayor of Marietta, Ohio, is looking into converting the city's vehicles to compressed natural gas (CNG):  "The projected natural gas boom through the fracking industry could drastically lower the cost to fuel the fleet of vehicles used in the city of Marietta, said Marietta Mayor Joe Matthews. *** A gallon of regular, unleaded gasoline in Marietta was $3.39 on Monday, and for a gallon of natural gas it was $2.25 per gallon at the nearest CNG refueling station in Zanesville. In Newark, natural gas was $1.80 per gallon."

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