Oklahoma’s energy plan could tip auto scales in favor of natural gas

Oklahoma, along with Colorado, has launched an initiative to increase the use of natural gas-fueled vehicles in their state automobile fleets, which officials hope will make the vehicles more affordable for individuals.

BY MICHAEL MCNUTT Published: February 8, 2012
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Successful implementation of a key component of Oklahoma’s energy plan may produce more affordable natural gas vehicles for the average car buyer, the state’s energy secretary told a House committee Tuesday.
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