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- Less than 25 Percent of Trucking Fleets Think Natural Gas Can Replace Diesel in Near Term
Less than 25 Percent of Trucking Fleets Think Natural Gas Can Replace Diesel in Near Term
May 14, 2012
A new survey found that fewer than 25 percent of trucking executives think natural gas could become a viable alternative to diesel in the foreseeable future, largely because of a lack of refueling infrastructure.
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