Natural Gas for Transportation Part II

The cost of natural gas is less than the cost of diesel fuel and gasoline. The savings when using LNG is approximately $1.30 per diesel gallon equivalent (DGE). The savings when using CNG is about $1.15 per gasoline gallon equivalent Continue reading Natural Gas for Transportation Part II

Natural Gas for Transportation Part I

Pickens reportedly spent $60 million on his campaign to promote natural gas for transportation. Here’s my two cents worth. Any analysis of using natural gas for transportation should begin by examining each natural gas vehicle market segment. The market can Continue reading Natural Gas for Transportation Part I

Preface to Using Natural Gas for Transportation

Gas to Liquids (GTL) converts natural gas to a diesel fuel. Coal to liquids (CTL) converts coal to a diesel fuel. Nazi Germany used CTL to provide fuel for its panzer divisions during WWII. Both GTL and CTL use variations Continue reading Preface to Using Natural Gas for Transportation