Regarding the upcoming events, Abreu said they it is expected the opening of two CNG stations within the next three months and he also explained that negotiations are being performed in order to equip existing facilities to be able to dispense natural gas. In the same way, Abreu stated that there are some efforts to get from banks credits for conversions.” Currently, there are two workshops in the country authorized to convert vehicles to CNG and two CNG stations serving vehicles.
About the public transport system, the representative of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce said that “the importation of vehicles for taxi service, ready to operate with CNG, has been announced” but there was no advance to date.
At the same time, Abreu pointed out that “the State should coordinate a draft law in order to regulate the entire gas sector and this will enable more investments.” He also highlighted the importance of financing programs for the acquisition of CNG kits, which will allow business growth.
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