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Home > Gazprom to develop CNG stations and vehicles in Orenburg and Rostov regions

Gazprom to develop CNG stations and vehicles in Orenburg and Rostov regions


October 7, 2013. A meeting between Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee and Yury Berg, Governor of the Orenburg Region took place as part of the XII International Investment Forum “Sochi – 2013”.

   The parties addressed the progress with the Agreement of Cooperation. In particular, the meeting focused on the development of the compressed natural gas (CNG) filling station network in the Orenburg Region. It was noted that during the current year Gazprom was preparing, design and estimate documentation for constructing nine stations which the company planned to commission by January 2015. In addition, a CNG station is being upgraded in Ilek settlement (Ilek District).

   Moreover, in a bid to encourage a cost-effective transportation system, and reduce environmental risks, Chairmen and Directors of Gazprom, and the Governor of the Rostov Region Government, Vasily Golubev, signed an agreement on the increased usage of natural gas as a fuel for vehicles. The agreement also formed part of “Sochi – 2013”.

   As part of the agreement, natural gas vehicles will be commissioned in conjunction with an NGV infrastructure. Gazprom and the Rostov Region are due to draw-up schedules in November. Gazprom will then assume control of construction and operations. Mobile gas refueling trucks will supply vehicles with natural gas, a job that will be overseen by Gazprom Gazomotornoye Toplivo.

   The Rostov Region Government will oversee both the construction of state NGV vehicles, which will supply local needs, technical equipment, and coordinate the training of people employed by companies using NGVs, and the implementation of laws that will see the promotion of the province’s NGV market.

 

(Quoted from:http://www.gnvmagazine.com