Does CNG station still have The Future?

Natural gas

If you’ve been following industry reports over the last few months, you may have seen predictions of a decline in compressed natural gas (CNG) infrastructure. Despite sales of heavy-duty natural gas trucks increasing over the past year, it’s been reported that fueling infrastructure has continued to decrease. On a year-over-year basis, the number of planned private CNG stations has remained unchanged while planned public stations have declined more than 38%.    

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With the rise of increasing fuel prices, there has been an increase in the rise of CNG vehicles as well. But besides curbing the prices, CNG vehicles are also a good option of fuel types when it comes to following eco-friendly measures. People these days are not only looking to explore the CNG vehicles but also to cut down on carbon emissions as well as keep a check on the monthly rising fuel prices.

Some of the most obvious advantage of CNG is that it does not come in liquid form. Hence, CNG being a gas, it disperses quickly in the worst-case scenario and does not spill or remain in the proximity of the car creating the likelihood of a fire hazard. CNG is lighter than air and so the gas will simply move further away from your vehicle.

Other advantages of CNG cars include:

  • Easy availability
  • Economical
  • Cheaper vehicle price
  • Cleanest fuel
  • Optimum oil usage
  • Multiple options
  • New technologies

New era is coming for sure, but we believe that together with LNG, CNG stations still has the future.

We will keep you informed about fuel trends in our next articles. Contact us, if you have any inquiries or suggestions.

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