A little-paid-attention-to seminar at this year's Productivity Conference in Houston was one entitled: Alternative Fuel Trucks -- One Company's Experience With Liquid Natural Gas. The company is the H.E. Butt Grocery Co., Houston. "This is probably the fuel of the future," said Mike Moynahan, distribution equipment/asset manager for H-E-B. Moynahan cited two big reasons for this assessment. First off, he said liquid natural gas (LNG) runs a lot cleaner than diesel fuel. Second, he said, ...
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