Thursday, July 2, 1992
There's a new gas station in the works for Monterey County that will be serving up 130-octane gas from its pumps for the equivalent of 60 cents a gallon. If it sounds like the stuff of science fiction, it almost is: compressed natural gas (CNG) is expected to be the wave of the future in cars and trucks, a fuel that costs half the money and puts out only half the pollutants of regular gasoline.
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