Deregulation of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as a Motor Fuel

The sale of CNG by a fueling station for use as fuel to operate a motor vehicle is deregulated; however, separate records, books, and accounts of such sales must be maintained. Investments in related infrastructure must not reduce the availability or increase the cost of natural gas to customers who purchase natural gas for use other than as fuel to operate a motor vehicle.

(Reference Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 164, Section 941/2)

Jurisdiction: Massachusetts

Type: Laws and Regulations

Technologies: Natural Gas

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