Propane autogas is the leading alternative fuel in the United States and the third most commonly used vehicle fuel.
Propane autogas fueling is safe and fast. Propane fueling stations costs less than all other fueling infrastructure.
Propane autogas-powered vehicles significantly reduce harmful emissions compared to gas and diesel.
The industry is committed to the development of safe propane fuel systems and state-of-the-art, compliant fuel tanks.
Propane autogas has proven to be a cost-effective alternative choice in lowering fuel and maintenance costs.
More than 90 percent of the U.S. propane supply is produced domestically, with an additional 7 percent from Canada.
Millions of vehicles travel worldwide with propane autogas in their fuel tank, such as school buses and delivery trucks.
Hundreds of thousands of off-road engines operate on propane, such as commercial mowers and forklifts.
For almost 90 years, vehicles have run on CNG, delivered via pipeline to private and public fuel stations.
A low carbon fuel, CNG significantly lowers greenhouse gas emissions and other harmful emissions.
Natural gas is lighter than air, meaning it will dissipate into the atmosphere instead of pooling at ground level.
Historically, the cost of CNG is 40 to 50 percent less than gasoline, and 60 percent less than diesel.
About 90 percent of natural gas used in the U.S. is produced in the U.S. Nearly the rest comes from Canada.
About 150,000 vehicles operate on natural gas across the nation. Globally, there are almost 15 million.
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