Two links: first the original story and then where I follow these stories in general.
Does anyone else find it interesting where a Canadian company is building-out its compressed natural gas corridor? I find it very intriguing. But maybe that's just me.
My hunch is that EnCana knows that the truckers are getting tired of paying top dollar ($4.50/gallon) for diesel and will be among the first to switch to compressed natural gas. Truck drivers are used to being around fuel and are not antsy about fueling with CNG. Just a thought.