More NGV Stations for Peru

| Peru | Source: andina

Peru continues to grow its compressed natural gas fuelling (CNG) infrastructure, servicing more than 100,000 natural gas vehicles (NGVs). With only 4 refuelling stations in 2006, that number has grown to 140 with more underway, reports andina.  The report cites a statement by the CEO of the Supervisory Agency for Investment in Energy and Mines (Osinergmin), Edwin Quintanilla, who said, “The use of NGV is an important innovation in the Peruvian Market and today there are 40 refueling stations under construction and 100 more that have been authorized to begin construction works.” Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is also being considered as a fuel for heavy duty transport in the country.

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