Natural Gas Sector Seeing Surge From Plastics Industry

When diesel fuel prices soared a few years ago, natural gas was heralded as an affordable, abundant and domestically sourced alternative fuel that fleets could rely on for years. The hydraulic fracking sector was booming, and drillers were tapping natural gas with the hope of filling fuel tanks of commercial trucks. But as diesel prices stabilized, natural gas lost some of its luster, and for trucking, it hasn’t become the savior some expected.

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