A new statewide study shows that there are fewer compressed natural gas-powered vehicles on Texas roadways, but those figures are expected to rise later this year.
There are 9,040 CNG vehicles on the Lone Star State’s roads, down 6 percent from last year, according to a study released Aug. 8 by the Texas Natural Gas Foundation. Harris County ranks second in Texas with 1,825 CNG vehicles, and it has the most CNG fuel stations at 28. CNG is touted as a cleaner-burning fuel than gasoline or diesel.
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