Fuel of the Future

We live in the 21st century, in the age of new technologies. Scientists believe that it is necessary to create an alternative energy utility, which entirely replace fossil fuels in the future. According to experts, the exhaust that is released during consumption of oil products causes great harm to the environment: there is emitted carbon dioxide (CO2), an excessive amount of which causes climate change. The widespread consumption of this fuel over the past 150 years has caused an increase on carbonic gas in the atmosphere by 25%.

Expressions of the harmful effects of fossil fuels - are smog, acid rain, air pollution as well. These events bring damage to the environment, pose a threat to the flora, fauna and, of course, to human health. Moreover, fossil fuel is exhaustible resource. For this reason, researchers believe that it would be wise to take care of creating an alternative fuel to replace it.
Compressed natural gas (CNG) is one of the most effective means of replacing fossil fuels. During combustion almost no carbon dioxide emissions are exposed and the exhaust is less damaging to the ozone layer, therefore it is considered the most environmentally friendly fuel. CNG is relatively cheaper compared to other alternative fuel, petrol and diesel. The price of 1mcompressed natural gas is 1.46 GEL, while a liter petrol (Euro Regular) costs on average 2.30 GEL. CNG is used in conventional, gasoline engines, which are altered for the consumption of dual fuel (gas and petrol). 

Why Compressed Natural Gas?

The number of people wanting to use natural gas as a fuel is growing day by day, the reason is primarily the growth of oil prices on the world market. It is important that if 3-4 years ago, the largest market share of gas-powered vehicle owned trucks and buses, today, small cars and SUVs dominate in this segment.

All this proves that natural gas, as gasoline alternative fuel - becomes more and more popular every year. This dynamic constantly grows among heavy, as well as light vehicles.
Why does the 22 million people in the world choose CNG today?
Ecologically clean – natural gas is the cleanest fuel in the world. Working CNG engine emits much less carbon dioxide, nitric acid and other harmful substances, than other fuels. CNG is absolutely safe for health and does not harm the environment.

Safe – CNG is stored in spherical or cylindrical containers, which are much stronger than gasoline containers. In case of an incident, CNG, unlike other fuels, is instantly released into the air, accordingly, it does not fall into the soil and does not damage the groundwater.

Efficient – CNG is 90% composed of methane and has a much higher octane than petroleum, which contributes to the effective operation of the engine. Its consumption protects the engine, cleans the valves and fuel combustion systems. CNG prolongs the operating period of the engine oil as it burns very slowly.

Cheap – CNG is relatively cheaper than other alternative fuel, petrol and diesel. The price of 1m3 compressed gas is 1.46 GEL, while a liter petrol (Euro Regular) average cost is 2.25 GEL.

Worldwide statistics of Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV)

The number of natural gas vehicles is around 22 404 405 million throughout the world, based on NGV journal data. www.ngvjournal.com 




      The total share of NGV  

        Average monthly consumption/m³  


               4 068 632

                          630 000 000


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               2 487 349

                          239 815 000


               1 800 000

                          163 210 000


               1 781 102

                          144 535 636


                 885 300

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                 462 454

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