Saw him on tv today, think it was on Bloomberg. He mentioned some major trucking firm that was in process to switch over to nat gas. He also talked with the interviewer who mentioned a major courrier was making a transportation corridor between major cities they service where their trucks can refuel with nat gas on that route. (I think it was UPS they were talking about). In addition Mr. Pickens said he was talking with several of the major garbage haulers the nite before and they are all switching their trucks to nat gas. so it starts.
Probably makes sense for taxi, and city bound vehicles like city workers, and city bound courriers. If a company like ups makes a nat gas corridor for its vehicle refuel they might want to add some earinings by opening the filling stations to the public. It would be a great entry point into the nat gas sales market for someone like a UPS. It would not surprise me if they did that, being smart business people that they are. jmho