I just read here an article somewhere on Yahoo Finance or it could have been on one of the services in my E- mail. It was talking about the White House itself and the fact that the Electricity for it is generated by a Coal Utility. It went on to say that Pelosi and Reid wanted it from Natural Gas despite the fact that N.G. costs almost 4 times as Coal generation becuase the N.G was cleaner etc. Don't forget that there is "cap and trade" in these latest Bills. Could be that this is the start of a N.G. trend.
yes I think it is the start of ng.I think the ng is not going to be part of the car market but it will be part of the commecial market for sure ups fed-x and so on and I also think we will be seeing 3.00 to 4.00 dollar gas again this summer after that round I think ng will take off big,and like I said I think it will be in the trucking end of things as well as delivery trucks and city work trucks ,at least that is what I am hopeing for.
There are folks who want to switch it entirely to gas but there are also powerful coal supporters in Congress like the folks from KY...
-- If you're on the Hill, you may stumble across dueling pro- and anti-coal protests today as the Capitol Climate Action rally near the Longworth and Rayburn House office buildings at 1 p.m. demands that the Capitol Power Plant switch from coal to natural gas (a march to the plant is included), while the Competitive Enterprise Institute holds the competing (natch) "Celebrate Coal!" rally at the plant, also at 1 p.m.
it is not the cost of ng but rather the fact that we need to get off foren oil.and I do think it will be used in the truck fleet and delivery fleets as well as city work trucks and busses will just have to wait and see.