Originally Posted by Ramblin
Probably true, but you left demand out of the equation. Its cheaper now because supplies have increased at a faster rate than demand. If we were to ramp up NG vehicle production and make filling stations widely available, demand would quickly outstrip supply and make prices skyrocket, right?
What about the latent energy in LNG. The LPG cars and conversions do perfom well but being LNG has less than half the latent energy of LPG then at some point it has to equate to a loss of mileage. The one LPG vehicle I had got about 2/3 the mileage of the truck when it was still gasoline powered but with the fuel at 1/2 the price there was a net gain for me. I wonder how efficient the engineers will be able to make the LNG vehicles.
In regards the video, isn't it great to be so blatantly arrogant and so venomously wrong. Just keep reminding them their cars are about 50% coal fired depending on the time of day.