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The silent transportation revolution

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  • The silent transportation revolution

    ]A good NGV article
    Last edited by Curtis; 08-25-2014, 01:15 PM.
    98 Cavalier (sold)
    03 Cavalier
    04 F 150 4WD
    2015 Impala

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    Re: The silent transportation revolution

    GreenAcrossAmerica trip mentioned at 8:33 in the video. LNG exports to Japan and Israel are needed urgently (to respond to a point made near the end of the video) to help while nuclear reactors are analyzed for earthquake (tsunami) safety and, in the case of Israel, to replace natural gas that was being imported from Egypt until turmoil in that region ruined that perfectly good arrangement.


    • #3
      Re: The silent transportation revolution

      My understanding is that Israel will be a natural gas exporter soon, if they aren't already. They have a mammoth offshore field that is proven.