FAQs on CNG and LPG Gas

LPG stands for Liquid Petroleum Gas. It is a by-product of the refining of crude oil, which has a gaseous state at room temperature and pressure. It is at a pressure of 2 Bar in its liquid state. The LPG used to run motor vehicles is a mixture of propane gas and butane gas whose chemical and physical properties enable excellent vehicle performance in terms of power, engine agility and operation. It burns without leaving the carbon residue in the engine that is responsible for premature wear; it increases the life of the spark plugs, valves and pistons and preserves the properties of the engine oil for much longer. Its combustion releases lesser amounts of carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides and unburnt hydrocarbons than gasoline and diesel, and there is no production of aromatic hydrocarbons, sulphur dioxide and particulate.

Methane or natural gas is the utmost in environmentally friendly fuels: one of the most plentiful in nature. In fact, Natural Gas does not contain any impurities, sulphur, lead compounds or aromatic hydrocarbons, resulting in extremely low levels of exhaust pollution without odour, particulate and combustion residue. The chemical composition of Natural Gas causes much less production of CO2 compared to other fuels; it also reduces the formation of ozone in the atmosphere.

Firstly, there is the benefit in financial terms given the lower running costs of vehicles that run on LPG compared to cars running on gasoline. LPG costs about half compared to gasoline so it is possible to redeem the cost of the system quickly and then start saving money, even if the distances covered are not very high. Secondly, there are the benefits for the environment. LPG does not contain benzene or lead: the most harmful substances in other fuels, and particulate is not produced as a result of its combustion, one of the major causes of pollution in towns and cities. Thanks to its environmentally friendly features, vehicles that run on LPG can be used even when motor vehicle transport is restricted because of high levels of atmospheric pollution, if contemplated by local regulations.

Firstly, there is the benefit in financial terms given the lower running costs of vehicles that run on Natural Gas compared to cars running on gasoline. Natural Gas costs about 70% less than gasoline so it is possible to redeem the cost of the system quickly and then start saving money, even if the distances covered are not very high. Secondly, there are the benefits for the environment as Natural Gas does not contain benzene or lead: the most harmful substances in other fuels, and particulate is not produced as a result of its combustion, one of the major causes of pollution in towns and cities. Thanks to its environmentally friendly features, vehicles that run on Natural Gas can be used even when motor vehicle transport is restricted because of high levels of atmospheric pollution, if contemplated by local regulations.

Firstly, there is the benefit in financial terms given the lower running costs of vehicles that run on Natural Gas compared to cars running on gasoline. Natural Gas costs about 70% less than gasoline so it is possible to redeem the cost of the system quickly and then start saving money, even if the distances covered are not very high. Secondly, there are the benefits for the environment as Natural Gas does not contain benzene or lead: the most harmful substances in other fuels, and particulate is not produced as a result of its combustion, one of the major causes of pollution in towns and cities. Thanks to its environmentally friendly features, vehicles that run on Natural Gas can be used even when motor vehicle transport is restricted because of high levels of atmospheric pollution, if contemplated by local regulations.

Firstly, there is the benefit in financial terms given the lower running costs of vehicles that run on Natural Gas compared to cars running on gasoline. Natural Gas costs about 70% less than gasoline so it is possible to redeem the cost of the system quickly and then start saving money, even if the distances covered are not very high. Secondly, there are the benefits for the environment as Natural Gas does not contain benzene or lead: the most harmful substances in other fuels, and particulate is not produced as a result of its combustion, one of the major causes of pollution in towns and cities. Thanks to its environmentally friendly features, vehicles that run on Natural Gas can be used even when motor vehicle transport is restricted because of high levels of atmospheric pollution, if contemplated by local regulations.

Firstly, there is the benefit in financial terms given the lower running costs of vehicles that run on Natural Gas compared to cars running on gasoline. Natural Gas costs about 70% less than gasoline so it is possible to redeem the cost of the system quickly and then start saving money, even if the distances covered are not very high. Secondly, there are the benefits for the environment as Natural Gas does not contain benzene or lead: the most harmful substances in other fuels, and particulate is not produced as a result of its combustion, one of the major causes of pollution in towns and cities. Thanks to its environmentally friendly features, vehicles that run on Natural Gas can be used even when motor vehicle transport is restricted because of high levels of atmospheric pollution, if contemplated by local regulations.

Firstly, there is the benefit in financial terms given the lower running costs of vehicles that run on Natural Gas compared to cars running on gasoline. Natural Gas costs about 70% less than gasoline so it is possible to redeem the cost of the system quickly and then start saving money, even if the distances covered are not very high. Secondly, there are the benefits for the environment as Natural Gas does not contain benzene or lead: the most harmful substances in other fuels, and particulate is not produced as a result of its combustion, one of the major causes of pollution in towns and cities. Thanks to its environmentally friendly features, vehicles that run on Natural Gas can be used even when motor vehicle transport is restricted because of high levels of atmospheric pollution, if contemplated by local regulations.

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