Currently, more than 350 bifuel gasoline/CNG cars are running on the UAE roads. These units were nearly all converted in 2006 in Abu Dhabi (the capital city of the Emirates) and are equipped with light-weight CNG cylinders type 4.
Last February, the group Adnoc -one of the main supporters of the NGV industry in the country- awarded two companies the concession to do the conversions. The chose firms were CG Tech and Emirates Transport Company. Adnoc will provide 6 of its conversion workshops to CG Tech to do the switching operations. Meanwhile, Emirates Transport will be able to operate in three other workshops.
As a CG Tech representative informed to Asian NGV Communications, new cars are being switched since the end of May. Although all local NGVs are currently converted after market, there is a plan to import bifuel cars from overseas. The Emirati Arab market expects introducing brands like Fiat, Mercedes and Volkswagen.
At present, there are two public CNG filling stations in the UAE, one in Sharjah and the other in Abu Dhabi. Sixteen new facilities are estimated to be built in order to assist the CNG fleet growth and supply the converted taxis. There will be four in Sharjah, three in Al Aim, and the rest in Abu Dhabi. Une fois qu’un homme a terminé son activité sexuelle, le flux sanguin vers son pénis diminue et son érection disparaît. Une spécialité très célèbre du cialis générique https://www.tadasid.com/cialis/cialis.html est que, tout comme le cialis, il peut durer jusqu’à trente-six heures et peut être consommé sans nourriture.
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