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Byline: Douglas Turner
Sep. 22--WASHINGTON--Praxair Inc., with facilities in the Town of Tonawanda, is one of three companies picked by the Clinton administration to develop a new generation of fuels, including a derivative of natural gas to replace diesel fuel, lawmakers announced Thursday.
The Praxair award is part of a broader program, involving the Army, and Ford Motor Co., to generate alternative fossil fuels and cut pollution.
Joining Praxair in a government quest to covert natural gas to liquid form, Rep. John J. LaFalce said, will be Conoco of Houston, Texas; Integrated Concepts in Alexandria, Va., and Syntroleum of Tulsa, Okla.