Cheap gas fuels big dreams
Using natural gas to power transportation sector has sputtered and backfired, held back by capital costs, still-evolving technology
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The prospect of using abundant supplies of natural gas as a transportation fuel has attracted a swarm of admirers and eager promoters over several decades. But progress toward their big dreams has been marked by fits and starts.
Companies such as Shell, Chesapeake, Encana and South Africa’s Sasol ha....
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Lack of fueling infrastructure
Shell suspends development
Retrofitting costs high
Handful of undertakings
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