The Chickasaw Nation opened a compressed natural gas fueling station in Ada, Oklahoma. The Oklahoman said the Ada Travel Plaza is the first tribally-owned CNG station in the state. "This is a significant step toward realizing the many benefits which will result from the widespread use of natural gas,” said Gov. Bill Anoatubby, the paper reported. Compressed natural gas is an odorless, non-corrosive replacement for gasoline. Get the Story:
Chickasaw Nation opens first tribally owned CNG fueling station in Oklahoma (The Oklahoman 5/14)
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