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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Oregon's first public compressed natural gas fueling station opened in West Eugene.

John Anderson, whose family also owns a full service truck stop off I-5 in Coburg, said they had completed the retrofit of their travelcard commercial fueling station in West Eugene, adding two CNG fueling positions.

The upgrade cost about a half million dollars, 35 percent of which will be picked up by Oregon taxpayers in the form of a tax credit. But the price for consumers is a bargain: $2.29 per gallon equivalent, about half the price of diesel.

Read more at OregonLive.com 

 

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