Agira keeps growing on the Venezuelan market with the inauguration of the last natural gas fuelling stations for vehicles in Puerto Ordaz city.
The Argentine company, which is a leader in technology applied to compression of natural gas, has presence in Venezuela since 2007, supporting actively CNG development on this South American country.
Petroleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA), through Autogas Project, is responsible for developing the technical infrastructure to promote the use of CNG in Venezuelan territory and make it available to users of vehicles. The Autogas Project development is anchored on two pillars: the construction of CNG filling stations, and the adequacy of the fleet, which runs on gasoline, to dual fuel system (gasoline and CNG).
Through the pursuit of total quality in all of its processes and the challenge of continuous improvement, Agira has been recognized with the Export-Ar Foundation Award 2008 in “Consolidation of International Markets” category and in 2009 edition with the “Opening New Markets” category; it also has the recognition of FEBA (Economic Federation of the Province of Buenos Aires) and ADIBA (Association of Industrialists of the Province of Buenos Aires) for its contribution to the productive development of Buenos Aires awarded in 2011.