“The shale gas brings opportunities and possibilities here. The important thing is that more companies install in the country. Meanwhile, the American government seeks to promote more jobs and reduce oil imports,” added the Argentine consultant who lives in the U.S.
On the other hand, Francisco Pimentel presented “GNV Peru, a vanguard experience,” where he expounded on the history and rapid development of the gaseous fuel in the South American country. The executive explained the importance of collaboration between private and public areas in order to boost the NGV market and financing to support growth. “We fund BRT buses in Lima, carrying 400,000 people, the goal is 700,000. It is a virtuous circle that also brought positive effects in the suburban areas, where buses also operate,” he said.