Generl Electric's rendering of 'mico' site for producing LNG fuel for long-haul trucks
With the price of oil having begun what he views will be “a long slow trend of decline,” Jon T. Gabrielsen, president & CEO of J.T. Gabrielsen Consulting, LLC, contends that fleet owners should think long and hard about whether trucks should be converting to run on liquefied natural gas (LNG) instead of diesel. “There is substantial interest in the use of LNG [Liquid Natural Gas] for commercial transportation, including on-highway trucks,” Gabrielsen told ...
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