CNG

Compressed Natural Gas (methane stored at high pressure) is an alternative fuel, which is economical, emits less noxious gases, and is thus a viable replacement of gasoline, diesel fuel, and propane/LPG. Being lighter than air, it disperses quickly when discharged, posing a minimum risk in case of a spill.

HOW IS IT PROCURED?

CNG is manufactured by compressing natural gas (primarily, methane) to less than 1% of the volume it occupies at standard atmospheric pressure. It is stored and distributed in stronger and thicker containers, usually of cylindrical or spherical shapes, at a pressure of 20–25 MPa (2,900–3,600 psi).

WHERE IS IT USED?

CNG is manufactured by compressing natural gas (primarily, methane) to less than 1% of the volume it occupies at standard atmospheric pressure. It is stored and distributed in stronger and thicker containers, usually of cylindrical or spherical shapes, at a pressure of 20–25 MPa (2,900–3,600 psi).

WHAT ARE ITS BENEFITS

From reduced exhaust emissions to reduced energy costs, CNG offers a range of sustainable, safer, economical, and empowering solutions against conventional fuels and petroleum products. Here are its 6 major benefits that make it the best alternative fuel in the industry today.