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    Default Carriers Switching to LNG Can Reap Significant Cost Benefits, Says Canadian Report

    April 24, 2012 11:45 am | Canada, Ottawa
    Calgary-based Ferus Inc. introduced an LNG tractor to its fleet in March 2012
    The Conference Board of Canada, an independent, not-for-profit applied research organization, estimates that converting fleets to natural gas could generate savings of approximately $150,000 per truck over a 10-year period. This saving is nearly twice the cost of installing a natural gas engine estimated at $80,000 per vehicle. Read More

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    Default Re: Carriers Switching to LNG Can Reap Significant Cost Benefits, Says Canadian Repor

    the problem here is they are useing a 10 year life cycle most big trucking outfits get rid of there trucks evey 3 to 5 years so the data is not realistic. the reason for this is they dont want to deal with breakdowns and with the new high teck cng stuff it will be worse.

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