Missouri city welcomes GM's LPG-vehicle plans

05/25/2010 | Suburban Journals (St. Louis)

Wentzville, Mo., is celebrating after General Motors decided to use the city's assembly plant to build cargo vans powered by natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas. Production will begin in 2011, but officials have already announced plans to build a compressed natural gas refueling station to signal their support for the move. "It's bringing back this product to the Wentzville area," said one city official.

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