“We are building the station on an area of 4,000 m2, which will consist of eight CNG pumps and three high-speed compressors to meet market demand and enter into the interprovincial heavy-duty transportation sector, by promoting its rapid conversion and natural gas benefits,” explained Sánchez.
Moreover, Gascop will invest USD 400,000 in the expansion of the station already operating in Chiclayo, which allowed Lambayeque’s access to natural gas for vehicles. With both refuelling points in operation, the firm will serve 2,000 vehicles per day in the city, reported news agency Andina.
The company has also a CNG station in Piura, the first of the northern region, and plans to open another facility in the city this year. The land is located near the the kilometre two of Panamericana Norte Highway.