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Fill ’er up with natural gas

Junction may have public station built on River Road property with help of $10 million energy grant

WES BIGGERS, in red shirt, shows a pickup that’s been converted to run on natural gas. Biggers is president of FuelTek Conversion Corp. of Commerce City. He was at Colorado Mountain College in Rifle on Wednesday to speak at a forum on how to expand use of natural gas in vehicles. The forum was sponsored by EnCana Oil & Gas (USA) and hosted by American Clean Cities.
DENNIS WEBB/The Daily Sentinel



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WES BIGGERS, in red shirt, shows a pickup that’s been converted to run on natural gas. Biggers is president of FuelTek Conversion Corp. of Commerce City. He was at Colorado Mountain College in Rifle on Wednesday to speak at a forum on how to expand use of natural gas in vehicles. The forum was sponsored by EnCana Oil & Gas (USA) and hosted by American Clean Cities.
DENNIS WEBB/The Daily Sentinel

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