LNG fuel plants being built for transportation industry

The fuel can also be used in the marine, rail, mining and oil and gas exploration industries.

The plants will initially produce 100,000 gallons per day of LNG.

Ferus and ENN will pick sites for the plants within six months, with startup expected in 2016.

The companies did not say how much their project would cost.

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