CNG is affordable

Compressed natural gas (CNG) is an affordable alternative when compared to gasoline or diesel fuel. CNG can cut fuel costs by about 50% while delivering the same power and performance. In addition, with fuel emissions standards rising in cities, more fleet organizaitons are seeing th value natural gas an add to their budgets.

Current prices for diesel fuel in some areas have exceeded $4.00 / gal.  Depending on local natural gas prices, CNG can be produced and sold for at least a 50% savings for the consumer depending on Federal, State and Local participation.  A truck that consumes 10,000 gallons of diesel fuel per year can expect to pay for the conversion in less than 2 years (see our Savings Calculator & ROI chart.)

CNG is Clean

Natural gas vehicles can have a direct, positive impact on America’s air quality and environment – today.  NGVs in urban environments area  solution for meeting EPA non-attainment measures and improving local air quality.

Emissions Reduction in Real numbers:

  • Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions down by 20% – 30%
  • Carbon Monoxide (CO) down by 70% – 90%
  • Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) down by 75% – 90%
  • Reduction of up to 90% of Particular Matter (PM)
  • Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) down by 89%

Natural Gas is American

Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) can reduce America’s foreign oil dependancy.  NGVs, using America’s vast abundance of domestic natural gas, are our best answer for reducing foreign oil dependence and increasing energy and national security.  Almost all of the natural gas we use comes from right here in North America.  Conversely, 60% of the oil we use is imported.  We export about $1.7 billion a day to pay for foreign oil, adding to our trade deficit and weakening the dollar.  By using domestic natural gas, we strengthen both our nation’s economy and energy security – keeping jobs and revenues at home.

Without a transportation system fueled by diverse and secure energy supplies, the United States can fundamentally reduce its dangerous dependence on a global oil market that is shaped by cartel economics and foreign political agendas.


Typically, a truck driving 60,000 miles per year would replace nearly 10,000 gallons of Diesel fuel with domestically produced natural gas.

The cost savings per vehicle would range between $20,000 and $30,000 per year.

CNG burns much cleaner and will result in reduced engine maintenance.