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Energize Potential benefits to industrial applications
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Potential benefits to industrial applications

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South Africa has access to large volumes of natural gas, which could be utilised by more entities. Unfortunately, there is a challenge surrounding accessibility, due to a severely limited supply network. This is where Virtual Gas Network offers significant benefits to the industrial and commercial sector. Introduced to South Africa in 2009 by Virtual Gas Network, in partnership with leading equipment manufacturers, CNG can be transported directly to the customer negating the need to be on the national gas grid. Reliable, consistent supply at fixed monthly prices enables long-term, strategic financial and operational planning not possible with other conventional price-volatile fuel products. CNG can be used for applications requiring a fuel or energy source such as heating, cooling, power generation, burners, furnaces, ovens, boilers, vehicles and fleet applications.  Using specially designed tube trailers and transported via trucks to “Daughter stations” (on customer sites ) this system can provide a continuous, dedicated supply of CNG to customers too far to draw from an existing gas pipeline, large industrial and commercial customers situated within a 300 km radius of a CNG compression station, and smaller customers who form part of a larger distribution network.

Contact Garth Ashman, CNG Holdings, Tel 011 704-0670, info@cngholdings.co.za

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