Frequently Asked

Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) is methane gas that is compressed and is stored in a high-pressure storage tank.

Yes, it is absolutely safe as a gas. Being lighter than air, in case of a leak, it rises up and disperses into the atmosphere. This property precisely makes it a safe fuel. Furthermore, CNG has a narrow Flammability range, if CNG’s concentration in the air is less than 5% and more than 15%, the gas will not burn even in the presence of a spark.

  • Green Fuel - CNG is referred to as the green fuel because of its lead and sulphur free character, CNG reduces harmful emissions. It is environmentally friendly – Natural gas is the cleanest and quietest burning fossil fuel available, emitting significantly less carbon and nitrogen emissions than diesel – creating a safer and happier work environment
  • Fuel - The properties of CNG make it a safe fuel. It is stored in high gauge seamless cylinders which are certified so negligible chance of leakage. It is lighter than air, so in case of leak it just rises up and disperses into the atmosphere and mixes in the air easily and evenly.
  • Low operational cost - The operational cost of vehicles running on CNG, as compared to those running on other fuels, is comparatively low.
  • Dual facility - CNG Vehicle can run both on CNG and Petrol.
  • Increased life of oils - Another practical advantage observed is the increased life of lubricating oils, as CNG does not contaminate 

CNG is sold at between N320 - N350 per comparable litre to PMS.

An app will be launched soon which will indicate the nearest CNG conversion centre or dispensing centre to you.

Cleaner alternative to PMS and Diesel fuel for transportation