Emirates Gas debuts two CNG mini daughter stations in Dubai

Emirates Gas debuts two CNG mini daughter stations in Dubai

One facility is located at Emirates Driving Institute (EDI), in Dubai, where EDI fleet of 150 vehicles will

refuel. The CNG station has a storage capacity of 1,500 cubic meters and is capable of refilling

approximately up to 200 NGVs per day.

This state of the art natural gas refueling facility is equipped with the latest technologies including an

RFID system to provide fast and efficient CNG refueling with minimum paperwork. It will service

passenger cars and light commercial vehicles.

The NGV initiatives by EMGAS and ENOC are path-breaking for its convenience and efficiency, which will

contribute to a greener nation. It also underlines their commitment to promote the adoption of natural

gas, as a cleaner and greener alternative automotive fuel which is in line with the Government’s vision.

The second mini daughter station, featuring the same technical characteristics as the one at EDI’s, was

opened at Al Ahli Driving Institute (ADI) in Al Quoz, Dubai, to supply the organization’s fleet of natural

gas vehicles.

This new station is part of an agreement signed by EMGAS and Al Ahli Group in late 2015 aimed at

converting the Group’s fleet of 450 vehicles to use environmentally friendly CNG. With a capacity of

1,500 cubic meters, Al Ahli’s mini daughter station is capable of refueling approximately 150 to 200

passenger cars or light commercial vehicles per day.


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