Fueling your car with natural gas from home

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Old 26 Oct 2010, 02:43 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Dear Everyone,
as you know the price of the Oil is more and more increasing, while
the oil supply is decreasing. Moreover Oil is
causing wars, terror, oil spills, a lot of greenhouse gases. Do you
know that there is plenty of natural gas ? The
supply will last for many decades, probably for hundred years. A lot
of methane (natural gas) is found as shale gas,
a lot more will come from methane hidrates. Natural gas is causing
much less greenhouse gases and since it is found
locally, it will not cause any wars or terror. It will create jobs in
your own country and not in the middle east.
Do you know that by converting your car to natural gas, you can save a
lot of money ? It costs a lot lot less. You
may say that there are not enough gas stations, but you can fuel at
home* over night. You also should convert your
car to dual fuel, that means if your natural gas tank is empty you can
switch to petrol, until you find a gas station.
And the more people switch to natural gas, the more natural gas
stations will be built, otherwise they can not earn
money. Do you know that in Argentina there are almost 2 million CNG
(compressed natural gas vehicles), also in Pakistan
and Brazil there are more than 1,5 million CNG vehicles, whereas in
the US there are not even 120000 of them, although
most of the shale gas is found in the USA.

Sources:
http://www.usatoday.com/money/autos/...gas-usat_N.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_gas_vehicle
* http://www.tulsagastech.com/phill.html
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Old 27 Oct 2010, 11:57 am   #2 (permalink)
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"..." <sustainable.future116@gmail.com>,certified CFI, found these unused
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>Do you know that by converting your car to natural gas, you can save a
>lot of money ? It costs a lot lot less. You
>may say that there are not enough gas stations, but you can fuel at
>home* over night. You also should convert your
>car to dual fuel, that means if your natural gas tank is empty you can
>switch to petrol, until you find a gas station.


Yes, I'm sure in this fantastically expanding economy everyone has a spare
$10,125 that they can splurge on such a fancy.

Perhaps you'd like to do mine - even though there's NO natural gas anywhere
near where I live?

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