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  • EnCana trying to build CNG infrastructure

    EnCana trying to give natural gas sales a major boost

    4:14am
    Ashley Wiebe (Globe and Mail)
    12/21/2009

    Calgary-based natural gas giant EnCana is asking the federal government to spend one billion dollars building a network of compressed and liquid natural gas fuelling stations in Ontario and Quebec.

    The hundreds of stations would be located on a busy corridor between Windsor and Quebec City.

    The company also wants Ottawa to create tax incentives for trucking companies that convert their 18-wheelers from diesel to natural gas powered engines.

    More detail can be obtained by visiting the following WEB Site :

    http://www.globeinvestor.com/servlet...06922/GIStory/

    As well, EnCana is talking to the B-C and Alberta governments about building filling stations between Edmonton and Vancouver
    Last edited by Stu Man; 12-23-2009, 10:46 AM.

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    Re: EnCana trying to build CNG infrastructure

    Its time for individuals to add their support. Go to bluebridgeplan dot com and sign the online petition and forward the link to your network.

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    • #3
      Re: EnCana trying to build CNG infrastructure

      LondonCalling :

      This petition should at least get the ball rolling.

      You should also visit http://www.cngva.org/mailmp.asp?i=7 to contact your Member of Parliment via the Canadian Natural Gas Vehicle Alliance.

      Let's fight for what is right !

      Stu Man

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      • #4
        Re: EnCana trying to build CNG infrastructure

        Where is the online petition? I,ll sign it. I send a letter a week to Terry Lake and inform him he should push Natural Gas for his and our good here in B.C.
        Clint

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        • #5
          Re: EnCana trying to build CNG infrastructure

          Also, it is great for the "stimulus" of our economy. the majority of the components for the stations are readily available from Canadian manufactures. Let`s keep this Canadian.
          rgds,
          Rollin Green

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