China, CNG

China Accelerating Use of Natural Gas Vehicles

James Finch submits: In a recent television interview, Boone Pickens told a reporter he was surprised to discover there were 9,000 buses in China running on natural gas. We were excited that someone else finally brought it up.

In an era of worrisome global warming events, it’s hard to argue with a transportation system that has proven to reduce particulate emissions by 95 percent compared to diesel engines and which also reduces carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides by 75 percent and 49 percent, respectively. Those are the statistics UPS (NYSE: UPSNews) provides with regards to its 800 vehicles now running on compressed natural gas [CNG].

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