Local interest in natural gas technology for vehicles might open new doors

Our research was recently spotlighted in the Columbia Daily Tribune. Here is an excerpt:

“The city of Columbia might be a test case for cutting-edge improvements to natural gas-powered vehicles as it prepares to bring in a compressed natural gas station and experiment with other advanced natural gas technologies… …A group of University of Missouri researchers hopes to make natural gas available to a wider array of vehicle models through the development of absorbed natural gas, or ANG, technology, which can provide the same amount of energy as compressed natural gas tanks while taking up less space and requiring less pressure — about 500 psi — thus making the tanks more suitable for lighter vehicles such as passenger cars…”

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