The Peruvian government is interested in the purchase of 200 refueling stations in the country owned by Repsol in order to expand the supply of natural gas for vehicles in the provinces, announced the Peruvian Minister of Energy and Mines Jorge Merino.
Asian Exhibition Services (AES) will co-locate NGV Bangkok 2013 with the newly launched AFT Asia 2013 in response to the tremendous support for an alternative fuel transport exhibition and conference to serve the markets in Asia.
Pursuant to the agreements signed with the Cooperative Transport Central of Puerto Quijarro and the “10 de Noviembre” Transport Workers Union of Puerto Suarez, the Entity for NGV Conversion in Bolivia initiated the fuel change of public transport.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, has announced the conversion of three of its vehicles to power them by compressed natural gas (CNG) instead of gasoline, in cooperation with Lootah BC Gas LLC.
The network of natural gas filling stations continues to grow, with Gazprom Germania GmbH due to construct four new natural gas filling stations in 2013. A total of 15 filling stations are planned to be in operation by the end of 2014.
The Spanish company Gas Natural Fenosa will install a refueling station for vehicles propelled by compressed natural gas (CNG) in the industrial park "The Henares" in Guadalajara, which will serve more than 125 vehicles a day.
This Thursday will be held the first meeting of the European project "Blue Change", led by the Port Authority of Gijon, to study the possibilities of using liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel in ships.
Myanmar drivers wanting to convert their vehicle to compressed natural gas (CNG) use will face a shorter wait in future. A spokesman for the Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE) says it hopes to cut down the approval time to four to six weeks.
Peruana de Combustibles SA (Pecsa) and Colombian company Gazel announced its decision to split the business of natural gas for vehicles (NGV) jointly operating in Peru since 2005, under the name of Peruvian Natural Gas (PGN).