She explained that promoting the implementation of this fuel would require investments and planned incentives to enable private users to convert its vehicles. “We’re going to learn from India’s experience. We’ll also discuss with some private companies to gather more input,” she added.
Recently, oil and gas director general at the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry, Evita Herawati Legowo, mentioned the idea for car owners to consider using liquefied natural gas as a cheaper alternative fuel, The Jakarta Post published today.
At the same time, she reported that public transport vehicles such as taxis and buses began to operate on LNG, as well as there are 19 fuelling stations in Greater Jakarta selling natural gas for vehicles.