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  • 10-Apr-2012 02:50 EDT

Propane Autogas: The Only Financially Viable, Clean, Alternative Fuel with a Business Case to Use It

The basics of propane gas used as an automotive fuel. Topics include what propane is, how it is priced, how fleet obtain it and the basics on propane fueling infrastructure and employee training.

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Nathan Ediger, Ferrellgas

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