Lowest Cost-- $.90 per Gasoline Gallon Equivalent (GGE). If your car gets 30 mpg on gasoline, you will still get the same 30 mpg on natural gas. However, you will be spending about 1/4 of the cost of gasoline, which means you could go 120 miles for the price of 1 gallon of gasoline.
Visit the Cng caculator to calculate what your savings could be each year if you decide to convert your vehicle to clean natural gas.
In many areas, the cost of natural gas is regulated. This keeps the price low. The price of gasoline is not regulated, so it will continue to rise.
Tax Incentives-- Oklahoma is offering amazing tax incentatives on CNG conversions right now. You can receive 50% of the total cost back. For more information, visit their website below.
Oklahoma Tax incentives
Filling Station Availability-- There are many stations here in Oklahoma. For a list of every CNG station in the U.S., go to
Domestic Fuel-- Natural gas is independent of foreign oil and its constant price increases. You will save even more in the future as gasoline continues to rise faster than natural gas.
Environmentally Safe-- Natural gas has fewer emissions, and hydrocarbons are virtually eliminated.
Engine Runs Cleaner and Lasts Longer-- CNG has no carbon deposits that create friction and cause engine wear. The number one cause of engine failure is carbon build-up in the engine.
Ignition (Spark) Plugs Stay Cleaner & Last Longer-- Natural gas has no carbon deposits to clog spark plugs.
Fewer Oil Changes-- With CNG, carbon deposits are eliminated, which means a cleaner engine and fewer oil changes.
Bi-Fuel-- Change to either fuel with the push of a button.