Check out this short article in the Houston Chronicle about prospects for natural gas use, both through CNG and LNG, in truck transport. It's something we've discussed in the past on this site, but it was always a chicken-and-egg proposition with fueling infrastructure. In recent years, more eggs seem to be hatching and natural gas for local and regional fleets is more feasible. Another factor playing in favor of natural gas, other than growing supply and low prices, is the relatively fast turnover of truck fleets, which gives decision makers more opportunities to give natural gas a try.
If true, it's more bad news for oil.