“We acquired eight facilities in the Aburrá Valley. Budget for this year is 16,000 million pesos (US$ 8.8 million) and next year the figure will be similar, with the aim of opening new CNG fueling sites. We will focus on providing a very good service,” said Barrientos.
Initially, EPM will focus on Medellín and Aburrá Valley, and then they plan to expand business to the municipalities they serve with domestic gas (using compressed gas system) and the capitals where the company operates. The Aburrá Valley currently has 62 CNG stations.