Natural gas prices have declined to very low levels (~$2/mcf) while oil remains at (~$114/bbl). The ratio between oil prices and natural gas is far out of whack. We've known about Westport Innovations $WPRT for a long time and it's an obvious play on low natural gas prices because it's fairly certain that many government run and funded transportation will be converting to natural gas. It just makes too much sense not to do it. But $WPRT has had a run and the introduction of new engines from Cummins that are outside the existing Cummins . . .