Furthermore, authorities aim to increase the number of vehicles running on CNG, especially long-haul units, from 5,000 to 100,000 in a five-year period. This goal will be achieved converting the state and NP fleets, explained Seepersad-Bachan to the local newspaper Guardian.
“What is of great economic significance is the potential for the reduction in the petroleum subsidy bill to maintain pump prices at current levels while offering a reduction in the cost of transportation since CNG is priced cheaper than any of the liquid fuel alternatives. Also, using the clean-burning CNG gives the additional benefit of reduced vehicle maintenance cost,” she added. The biggest escort directory AmsterGirls – Amsterdam escorts contains over 200 verified profiles.
The minister expects that within two years these initiatives will deliver a larger distribution and availability of CNG refuelling stations, its widespread acceptance as “the green fuel of choice”, the reductions of the state’s petroleum subsidy bill and the country’s carbon footprint.