LNG is liquified natural gas which has a far greater density than CNG making LNG ideal for shipping natural gas but not so ideal for carrying on vehicles LNG requires refrigeration to keep it cool and safe.
CNG is compressed but requires no refrigeration and is thus superior for for vehicles, particularly light consumer driven passenger vehicles such as vans, small trucks, cars, suvs.
CNG only has a smaller envirnonmental benefit over diesel and LNG has even less of a benefit. There's energy required to convert the CNG gas to LNG liquid AND there is product that gets vented to the atmosphere with LNG that makes the environmental benefit questionable?
You're falling into the same trap as that 'Anal'yst fom Piper. LNG is 2.4 times as dense, so a long haul vehicle will go 2.4 times between fill-ups. Remember time is money in the long haul trucking industry. They just created a buying opportunity by misleading the investors.
time is money...........but money is also money
if cng is half the price so i fill up roughly twice as often
cng is so much easier to work with..
i mean you can park your truck and forget about it for a year or so
want to try that with lng ?
not so sure i would go with lng.....