Currently, the country’s fleet consists of 1,206,751 vehicles, according to the Municipal Tax Administration Registry Office (RUAT). Conversions to natural gas performed in Bolivia since 2012 represent 17% of that total vehicle fleet above mentioned. It is worth noting that there are already 135 workshops authorized by the State to perform conversions.
Moreover, Asosur revealed that USD 25 million will be invested this year in the construction of 15 new refueling stations, which will have CNG dispensing pumps. In the capital city of Santa Cruz Department, there are 90 points that supply natural gas. The association also reported that fuel consumption reaches 10 million cubic meters per year.