China Has It Bad for Natural Gas Vehicles

China Has It Bad for Natural Gas Vehicles

China is nowhere near as far along with its natural gas production as the United States. The country imports large quantities of natural gas at high prices, but that hasn't stopped it from wholeheartedly pursuing the use of natural gas as a transportation fuel. In this video, contributor Aimee Duffy gives us some background on China's appetite for natural gas vehicles, and recaps the country's most recent deal to highlight its progress.

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