Russia skips hybrids in push for natural gas cars

www.nytimes.com Published: April 11, 2013
Advertisement
;

Russia, the world’s second-largest producer of natural gas, is making a bet that methane-powered cars are an alluring market for future growth.
Economically, it’s no contest at the pump compared with gasoline because natural gas, whose main component is methane, is so abundant and cheap in Russia. It costs about $2 a gallon less than gasoline.



Read the rest of this post on www.nytimes.com

Advertisement


Trending Now



AROUND THE WEB

  1. 1
    Chelsea Clinton: I Might Run for Office Someday
  2. 2
    VIDEO: Kevin Durant is a giant in cell phone commercial
  3. 3
    How the makers of Corona sell so much bad beer
  4. 4
    Miley Cyrus Tweets About Hospitalization, Canceled Shows: 'I'm Miserable'
  5. 5
    Pregnant Woman Dies After Horrifying Medical Mixup
+ show more