Thus, the company interested in converting their vehicles to compressed natural gas (CNG) may benefit and receive a bonus of R$ 600.00 (USD 292.90) for each vehicle converted for the duration of the campaign.
The Colombian municipality of Valledupar, capital of the department of Cesar, could copy the pattern of other cities of the country with regard to the use of compressed natural gas (CNG) as fuel for vehicles of the mass transit system.
Kunlun Energy, PetroChina's gas distribution and infrastructure unit, plans to invest HK$ 22 billion this year building gas pipelines and LNG processing plants, as more petrol and diesel powered vehicles are converted to run on natural gas.
Indonesian state-owned gas firm Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN) launched two mobile natural gas refueling units in support of the government’s campaign to promote natural gas and curb the nation’s fuel subsidies.
The government is planning to make it mandatory for manufactures of compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) kits for cars to offer guarantee of these products, a road official said in New Delhi, India.
Gas Natural Fenosa said that between January and March of this year there were 3.047 conversions to natural gas in Colombia. In a statement, the Spanish company notes that the new conversions occurred in Bogota, Boyaca, Cundinamarca and Santander.
By April 26th, 50 units of SXQ3310G5N-4 natural gas heavy trucks customized by JMC Heavy Duty Vehicle Co., Ltd (JMCH) for Shanxi Jincheng Coal Industry Group have been successfully delivered to the Group's logistics company.
President Vladimir Putin threw his weight behind a drive to fuel more Russian vehicles with cleaner-burning and cheaper natural gas on Tuesday, saying the economic and environmental benefits were clear.
Natural gas will increase its share of road transport fuels to 2.5 percent in 2018 from 1.4 percent in 2010 as consumers look for cheaper, cleaner forms of propulsion, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Elengy, a subsidiary of GDF Suez in charge of the operation of liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, finalized the launch of new solutions for the promising market of LNG as fuel in Montoir-de-Bretagne near Saint-Nazaire, France.
Gas infrastructure companies GRTgaz (France) and Swedegas (Sweden) joined the initiative by Gasunie (The Netherlands), Energinet.dk (Denmark) and Fluxys Belgium (Belgium) to deliver a carbon neutral gas supply by 2050.