Why is petroleum always the preferred fuel over natural gas in driving vehicles?

4 Responses to “Why is petroleum always the preferred fuel over natural gas in driving vehicles?”

  1. Drunk on Java Says:

    Natural gas, or methane if you prefer, is a much more volatile substance and is more costly to transport.

  2. That Guy Says:

    Easier to transport, and fill into vehicles.
    Natural gas is much more dangerous.

  3. innuendo23tr Says:

    Because oil deposits are more abundant then natural gas and peteroleum products are much safer (except jet fuel). Transportation is no big deal. During 1960s scientists manufactured car prototypes working with nuclear energy so that you could drive them for many years without refueling. But nobody liked the idea of thousands of atomic reactors in the traffic.

  4. I <3 my Suby. Says:

    We have a lot of oil and it’s the most profitable. All about the money.