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CNG Fuels Future of Sustainability
« on: August 16, 2013, 07:46:51 AM »
CNG will fueling the future with cheaper costs, fewer emissions and its contributions to a sustainable economy for rural America.  Cabot Oil & Gas featured these many contributions of natural gas at a special event this week.

Cabot Oil & Gas celebrated the opening of its compressed natural gas (CNG) station in Springville, Pennsylvania this week with a fantastic event that was educational, hands-on and, most important of all, interesting,  There were not only Cabot officials there to address the potential for CNG, but also state legislators, representatives of three colleges, industry spokespersons, suppliers and many others.

Over 100 people attended the Cabot CNG Celebration to see the station and the types of equipment Cabot is now powering with natural gas and to get the facts on natural gas.  They also heard a consistent message about CNG as part of a broader move to create a sustainable natural gas industry in Susquehanna County; one that will produce economic opportunity for multiple generations of residents.

http://naturalgasnow.org/natural-gas-and-cng-represent-sustainable-economic-development/#more-1063

 


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