The tender gave a February 10 deadline for proposals to be made. Besides, UNG will finance the acquisitions with its own resources, reported the company, as published by Central Asia Newswire website.
This initiative is part of the NGV program carried out by local government in order to expand CNG stations network and, at the same time, to promote de use of this fuel in vehicles. Officials estimate that natural gas powered units will reach 29% of total vehicle population in the country by 2015.
It is worth mentioning that UNG recently joined American company Honeywell to implement projects for the production of equipment for NGVs.