Indraprastha Gas Ltd (IGL) on Tuesday, July 19, stated that it is ready to meet any additional demand for CNG (compressed natural gas) in Gurugram district in Haryana through its network and there was no shortage in the district.
Sh. Pawan Kumar, Director (commercial), IGL said that all the 15 CNG stations of IGL in the district were operating 24×7, selling over one lakh kg of fuel per day in Gurugram.
The IGL network’s current installed capacity in Gurugram is enough to meet an additional 50% demand for CNG, he added further.
Sh. Pawan Kumar said IGL is working towards augmenting its retail infrastructure in Gurugram with five more CNG stations. In addition, the compression capacity at the existing CNG stations is being enhanced to cater to the increasing demand for CNG.