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A petroleum gas maker has sent an R10.50 per liter elective answer for South Africa's new and angering petroleum value climb. 



The CNG Holdings Group accepts it has what South African drivers need. The organization has some expertise in making packed petroleum gas. 

The endeavor constructed Mzansi's first gas filling station back in 2014 preceding prevailing upon more than 1.300 scaled-down transport cabs to utilizing a flammable gas framework, the Sales and Market chief Wayne Williams said. 

South African drivers were left raging subsequent to learning the fuel cost will hop up to almost R20 per liter this month, Williams says petroleum gas is around R10.50 a liter. 

Drivers utilizing petroleum gas pay around R9 less per liter each time they top off. 

"In South Africa, we get our gas off the Sasol pipeline, which comes from Mozambique, and there are plans to extend that further. There are additionally individuals getting Liquid Natural Gas," he said. 


As per the given clarification from CNG, compacted flammable gas is sold in liters and has the same energy of one liter of 95 octane petroleum. 

"Petroleum motors are alluded to as "bi-fuel". The vehicle can run on one or the other petroleum or Compressed Natural Gas. At the point when the Compressed Natural Gas has drained the vehicle changes back to petroleum with practically no adjustment of execution consequently. 

"A liter of Compressed Natural Gas creates an identical presentation as 95 octane petroleum. The utilization pace of the taxi will be something very similar for Compressed Natural Gas all things considered for 95 octane petroleum." 

"Flammable gas is less expensive than Petrol or Diesel and support costs are decreased by over 40%. Petroleum gas at present costs R10.50," CNG says. 

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