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The oil and gas industry in Oklahoma continues to serve as a vital contributor to the U.S.
energy infrastructure. Oklahoma's energy role is expanding as it transitions to cleaner burning
fossil fuels leading to a substitution of natural gas for coal in many production processes.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin and Colorado
Governor John Hickenlooper today announced the preliminary results of a
multistate solicitation designed to encourage auto manufacturers in the
U.S. to develop more functional and affordable compressed natural gas vehicles.
Fallin and Hickenlooper are leading a bipartisan group of 22 states
seeking to use CNG vehicles in their state fleets. Click Here to Read More
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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Oklahoma’s Governor Mary Fallin and the State’s Secretary of Transportation Gary Ridley announced the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) has added 160 compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles to its fleet. The governor's office said ODOT’s field division offices will use the vehicles. Click here to read more