The combination of high fuel prices and the development of new natural gas resources like the Marcellus Shale has increased interest in natural gas as a transportation fuel. You may have read about the growing supply of domestic natural gas and be considering converting your fleet to run on compressed natural gas to save your business or organization money. This site will help you conduct a preliminary evaluation of switching to a natural gas fueled fleet so you can decide whether it is worth doing a more detailed analysis.
Would a switch to natural gas fueled vehicles make sense for your fleet? Some questions to consider:
EQT's natural gas fueling station in Pittsburgh's Strip District is selling a gallon equivalent of natural gas for about $1.76. It may seem like a no-brainer to swap out your gas powered vehicle for one that runs on natural gas. But as Ken Zapinski of the Allegheny Conference and EQT's Lisa Hyland state, there are other considerations that must be accounted for.