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  • Shell, TravelCenters of America Set To Partner For LNG Fleet Fueling

    Shell, TravelCenters of America Set To Embark On A Major Partnership For LNG Fleet Fueling

    To read this article click here: http://www.ngtnews.com/e107_plugins/...p?content.7885

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    Re: Shell, TravelCenters of America Set To Partner For LNG Fleet Fueling

    Would be great if they also had CNG

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      Re: Shell, TravelCenters of America Set To Partner For LNG Fleet Fueling

      These news releases are encouraging, but it's disappointing when CNG isn't mentioned. What might the incremental cost be, percentage-wise, in building CNG pumps when LNG is being built?

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        Re: Shell, TravelCenters of America Set To Partner For LNG Fleet Fueling

        Seems like it's more aimed as a replacement to heavy fuels (Diesel). But since CNG is still more cost-effective than LNG into lighter vehicles, it's quite hard to understand why CNG is not considered...

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          Re: Shell, TravelCenters of America Set To Partner For LNG Fleet Fueling

          Originally posted by cripple_rooster View Post
          Seems like it's more aimed as a replacement to heavy fuels (Diesel). But since CNG is still more cost-effective than LNG into lighter vehicles, it's quite hard to understand why CNG is not considered...
          Not hard at all considering its coming from a major oil company like Shell.

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            Re: Shell, TravelCenters of America Set To Partner For LNG Fleet Fueling

            Originally posted by Mingus108 View Post
            Not hard at all considering its coming from a major oil company like Shell.
            Since Shell has some interests in NGV projects overseas, and even in sugarcane farms in Brazil to produce ethanol, I actually think it's pretty non-sense for them to not also take a part in the CNG market in the U.S., specially if we remember Shell's involvement with the researches about Hydrogen during Bush administration...

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            • #7
              http://www.ngvglobal.com/shell-adds-...ons-in-us-0401
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