GM, Chrysler To Sell Natural Gas Trucks, See Price Gap Between Natural Gas, Gasoline and Oil

This could help the price gap between gasoline, oil and natural gas close if this trend really takes off. As well as lower the fuel tax on consumers.

"General Motors Co. on Monday plans to disclose it will offer bi-fuel Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2500 pickups in the fourth quarter. The trucks will be built by GM and sent to a supplier that will retrofit them to use compressed natural-gas tanks." (read more at WSJ)

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