Production of hydrogen-CNG fuel, which releases up to 70% less carbon monoxide than conventional CNG, is likely to soon begin in the capital, with the Delhi government and the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) set to sign an agreement for setting up a gas compact reformer.
The supply of compressed natural gas (CNG) is likely to begin in the city from the first week of February as soon as three stations at Naubatpur, Raja Bazar and Bypass Road become operational.
IOT Infrastructure and Energy Services, a joint venture of state run-Indian Oil Corporation and Oiltanking GmbH of Germany, is tweaking its biogas plant to manufacture bio-CNG for vehicles and has plans to set up more greenfield projects for the clean auto fuel.
The Rs 3,400 crore Bokaro-Angul gas pipeline, just inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will help pave the way for supply of natural gas for households, vehicles and industries across 11 districts of Odisha and Jharkhand, oil ministry said.
Next time you want to tank up on CNG in Delhi-NCR, you need not wait in a long queue. A few taps on a new IGL app on your phone will tell you the average waiting time at stations within a radius of five kms and beyond to help you
In a significant step to check pollution, Ludhiana will soon witness introduction of piped natural gas (PNG) for households and commercial units and compressed natural gas (CNG) for vehicles and industries.
Indraprastha Gas Ltd has raised CNG price in Delhi and Rewari by 40 paise per kg to offset higher input costs but reduced the rates by 45 paise in Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad in the capital’s neighbourhood by passing on the benefit of tax cut announced by the UP government.
Nashik Municipal Corporation is in the process of identifying land for providing compressed natural gas.
At a time when the government is promoting vehicles running on compressed natural gas (CNG), motor vehicles department(MVD) has noticed malpractice in the supply of CNG kits by a centre in Kochi.
All 400-odd petrol pumps along with linked CNG dispensing units in the national capital will remain shut Monday in protest against Delhi government’s refusal to reduce VAT on fuels, the Delhi Petrol Dealers Association (DPDA) said in a statement.