Go with the flow of CNG – a cleaner, cheaper fuel that can power the Magnolia State and the nation.​​​​​​​​

Mississippians can be a force as strong as a mighty river when they get together.



  • Natural Gas Fuel Rate Reduction and Vehicle Incentives
  • Natural Gas Infrastructure Technical Assistance
  • Natural Gas Fuel Rate Reduction and Infrastructure Maintenance

Source: U.S. Dept. of Energy

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Gov. Fallin, State Leaders to Visit Detroit to Pitch CNG Vehicle Initiative to U.S. Automakers

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin, Oklahoma Secretary of Energy Michael Ming, and Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce Dave Lopez will visit Detroit on Monday to pitch a multi-state, bi-partisan compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle initiative to U.S. auto manufacturers.

Governor Fallin Leads 13 States to Partner with Auto Manufactures to Develop Affordable CNG Vehicles

Governor Mary Fallin today joined governors from 13 states in inviting auto manufacturers in the United States to partner in making more affordable Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicles available to both state automobile fleets and private sector consumers.

State shifting gears, exploring natural gas for vehicles

With gasoline prices again heading toward $4 per gallon, the state of Mississippi is looking to broaden its use of natural gas, viewing it as a cheaper and more environmentally friendly fuel source.

Mississippi Governor Calls for Transition to NGVs

Natural gas is clean, more efficient and more reliable, and will save taxpayer dollars in government’s day-to-day operations.