“Not only does compressed natural gas provide our nation with a stronger, more balanced energy portfolio, but it enhances our national security, our economy and our environment. Both GM and Chrysler Group deserve a tremendous amount of credit for providing natural gas-powered transportation options direct from the factory, and we’re proud to have partnered with them,” commented Ray Walker, Range’s Chief Operating Officer.
“Companies like Range Resources, who are transitioning to a natural gas fleet, will be able to reduce operating costs and improve the environment by switching to a cleaner burning fuel,” said Mark Karney, Alternative Fuels Director, General Motors Fleet and Commercial. Besides, Jim Sassorossi, Director of Fleet Sales, Chrysler Group, stated: “With customers like Range and the state of Oklahoma, which purchased 283 Ram CNG pickups earlier this year, Chrysler is encouraged with the growing awareness in NGVs by commercial and government fleets.”
Source: Range Resources Corporation