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Chesapeake converts Oklahoma vehicle fleet to run on natural gas

Published: April 6, 2011

Chesapeake Energy Corp. has completed the first phase of its plan to convert its vehicle fleet to run on natural gas, with 800 trucks in its Oklahoma fleet now running on the alternative fuel.

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