Held for the first time in 2008 and supported by the International Gas Union, the 2013 edition gathers NGVs for a tour around the Baltic Sea. This year, the rally will also include a ferry ride from Finland to Sweden on an LNG-powered ship, showing the benefits of using natural gas not only in road transportation, but also in the maritime sector.
“The use of natural gas as motor fuel is a relevant topic for the entire world for the simple reason that transport emissions do not know national borders. Almost every global vehicle producer today has various types of transport which run on natural gas,” commented Eugene Pronin, CEO of the National Gas Vehicles Association of Russia (NGVRUS) and senior specialist for liquefied gas exports at Gazprom Export.
Source: Blue Corridor