Compressed natural gas. Compressing the gas changes it to a liquid form.
Which is cheaper to transport & store.

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From: vfb-mail@googlegroups.com [mailto:vfb-m...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf
Of Allan Fish
Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2010 9:07 PM
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Subject: Re: CNG - was Re: [VFB] WHERE IS EVERY BODY?

>What does the C in CNG stand for???? I looked it up and in Bama it's 
>only available in Birmingham, but is only $1.37 per gallon, vs 
>$282.9 per gallon of regular gas. BIG difference. I had an Uncle who 
>converted his truck to run on propane. he got better mileage and he 
>pulled the spark plugs after 50 THOUSAND miles and they looked to be 
>in "brand new" condition.  Chuck


Apparently it's "CLEAN Natural Gas" (as opposed to dirty????????)

I don't really understand it either.

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Greenwood, IN
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