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  • Hello from the "Natural State" Arkansas

    I have now been a member for a month. CNG is my direction and I hope
    to hear from others in Arkansas and nearby states who feel the same way.
    I have been researching and educating myself on the plans of bringing CNG to
    Arkansas fleets and personal use.

    All help and comments would be much appreciated.
    Also, if anyone would be interested in a business venture to establish multiple
    fueling locations PLEASE contact me.
    Last edited by silvershark; 07-29-2008, 05:39 AM.

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    Re: Hello from the "Natural State" Arkansas

    I would definetly like to do that.
    I am here in St Louis MO.

    We have no stations here in the area.
    CNG is the way I am headed also.
    Thanks
    Lon

    Originally posted by silvershark View Post
    I have now been a member for a month. CNG is my direction and I hope
    to hear from others in Arkansas and nearby states who feel the same way.
    I have been researching and educating myself on the plans of bring CNG to
    Arkansas fleets and personal use.

    All help and comments would be much appreciated.
    Also, if anyone would be interested in a business venture to establish multiple
    fueling locations PLEASE contact me.
    Thanks
    Lon

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    • #3
      Re: Hello from the "Natural State" Arkansas

      I am talking and promoting the Picken's Plan to people. I give a brief explanation
      and spend more time on the CNG for vehicles. There is a lot of interest out there. Not real sure what the first step needs to be.

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      • #4
        Re: Hello from the "Natural State" Arkansas

        I am in Fort Smith, and want to find out any info about converting my Lincoln Navigator ( AKA "The Beast") . Where locally, cost, availability of refueling, etc

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        • #5
          Re: Hello from the "Natural State" Arkansas

          It's nice to here that there is some other people in Arkansas interested in Natural Gas for Cars. I live in Rogers in Northwest Arkansas we do not have any NG refueling stations in this area hopefully that will change.
          I am interested in installing a CNG conversion on my 2006 Toyota Avalon 3.5L V-6
          any advice will appreciated.
          Thanks Duane

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          • #6
            Re: Hello from the "Natural State" Arkansas

            Good luck to you! I really hope you'll be able to able to establish a station in your area. My husband and I recently made a cross-country trip in a dedicated CNG vehicle and found refueling locations to be the fewest in the midwestern states. St. Louis is such an important hub. A reliable station there would make I-70 travel from the Oklahoma and Kansas City areas through to the eastern Ohio region much more doable.

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