In Oklahoma, the legislature passed a nickel-a-gallon tax on CNG, which O’Leary said is “pretty equivalent to unleaded,” so those sales still help maintain roads and bridges across the state just as the fuel taxes on gasoline and diesel do.
“We pay state and federal on public sales,” O’Leary said. “I’m very proud of our team, Mike White and his staff. We did this entire thing in-house.”
White will speak at the Central Oklahoma Clean Cities alternative fuel symposium.