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I'm just throwing this out there to see what you guys think, honestly. Do you believe that in the next 10 years as the Marcellus is developed that Pennsylvania will see postive infrastructure improvements for people to utilize natural gas (ie...filling stations, tax incentives for gas conversions in trucks/cars, easier and cheaper gas) or...will we just see the wells and watch the gas get sold to the highest bidder?
 

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http://smethportpa.org/news/plan-in-the-works-for-pa-route-6-cng-corridor/

The PA Route 6 CNG (compressed natural gas) Corridor would establish a series of CNG filling pumps at existing filling stations across the Pennsylvania US Route 6 Corridor stretching 400 miles from New York State near Milford, Pike County, Pa. in the east and through Crawford County, Pa. to the Ohio state line on the west.

Smethport Mayor Ross Porter from McKean County, chair of the PA Route 6 CNG Corridor Leadership Team and board member of the PA Route 6 Alliance, said the project is in its early stages and could be a model for the whole country. He said they would initially like to have pumps every 30 or 50 miles along Route 6.

 

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timberdoodle said:
http://smethportpa.org/news/plan-in-the-works-for-pa-route-6-cng-corridor/

The PA Route 6 CNG (compressed natural gas) Corridor would establish a series of CNG filling pumps at existing filling stations across the Pennsylvania US Route 6 Corridor stretching 400 miles from New York State near Milford, Pike County, Pa. in the east and through Crawford County, Pa. to the Ohio state line on the west.

Smethport Mayor Ross Porter from McKean County, chair of the PA Route 6 CNG Corridor Leadership Team and board member of the PA Route 6 Alliance, said the project is in its early stages and could be a model for the whole country. He said they would initially like to have pumps every 30 or 50 miles along Route 6.

sounds good
 
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