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    The Fort Smith-based natural gas utility, which has about 46,000 customers in Arkansas and 14,000 in Oklahoma, invested $70,000 to install a 10-vehicle compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel station in 1982, and by 1986 had installed CNG conversions on 70 of its 120-vehicle fleet. By the end of 1986, the company was using about 400 MCF (one thousand cubic feet) of CNG in the vehicles — an amount equivalent to 3,200 gallons of gasoline. The CNG use would peak at about 500 MCF in the late 1990s.

    http://www.thecitywire.com/index.php?q=node/5479

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    Re: Arkansas Oklahoma Gas Corp. News Article

    ugh. I am so tired of reading about CNG and fleets in the same context.

    Thanks for the post though ..


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