written by reader Too good to be true?

By bfchmv, March 27, 2013

Hi Travis, I just received another teaser from the Oxford Club ( this is the 2nd time), about 6 companies putting together 1.2 trillion ( that’s with a ”T”!) as some kind of secret pact to save America. It is supposedly a unified project to end all deficits, bring employment down to 4%, send the Dow to 20,000 or higher, and place money in the pockets of every American. Small share-holders in this company are on course for huge payouts, so they claim. Pie in the sky?? What is your take on this deal?? Marilyn Scott

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March 27, 2013 5:20 pm

Wprt, I think

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Glenn Robinson
April 26, 2013 4:38 pm

Re Oxford Club 6 companies secret plan to save America.
I did a little on-line research and found this: http://www.peakefuelsolutions.com/Pages/cng-in-a-box.html
GE Energy is hyping this service station package through
http://www.ge-energy.com/solutions/CNG_in_a_Box.jsp and
The box will connect to any resource company that distributes natural gas.
At present the only production natural gas car available in the US is Honda http://automobiles.honda.com/civic-natural-gas/ It is reasonably priced, but it only gets about 240 miles per tank, due to limited tank size.
Conversion kits for 6 and 8 cylinder fuel-injected cars are available, but you are looking at $3k by the time the work is done (2-4 year payout). See http://www.ngvdepot.com/
Westport wprt may not be a supplier to Honda, but does service the heavy hauling industry. http://www.westport.com/news/2013/fy2012-financials-realigns-business-units-and-announces-new-westport-hpdi-development-programs is worth a careful read. This page is probably where oxford picked up the trail. Related partnership announced between Shell and TA to install LNG dispensers on heavy truck routes http://www.shell.us/aboutshell/us-media-center/news-and-press-releases/2013/04152013-lng-travel-centers.html#
I doubt all this will save America, but low natural gas prices are pulling big players into both cooperative and competitive positions.

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