Towards a decarbonized future
The ecological dimension and the economic dimension are the two main vectors on which the natural gas competitiveness rests.
A simple change with a big impact on fuel costs
NVG can provide a reduction of up to 50% compared to traditional fuels.
Less exposure to market price volatility allows for more rigorous planning on operating costs. It, therefore, assumes an increasingly significant presence in the public passenger transport sector and the collection of organic, selective and undifferentiated waste.
Natural gas, considered the fuel of the future because, in reality, it is the only sufficiently abundant, environmentally friendly, economically viable and with the necessary infrastructure to supply the entire automobile fleet in the world for the next 100 years.
Natural Gas is assumed to be the best way to decarbonize at present
From an environmental point of view, NVG can categorically state as an environmentally friendly fuel: it has a lower level of emissions of environmental liabilities, implies a substantial reduction in the level of noise pollution, which are a current concern, especially in the context of large cities.
Natural gas ensures a 20% to 25% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions, as sulfur dioxides free and virtually eliminating the levels of pollutant particulate emissions can be the transition fuel for the coming decades.
The fuel to suit any need
How is it made available?
Compressed natural gas
CNG is the least polluting and most economical of all fossil fuels and can be obtained from renewable sources (dumps, livestock farms, etc.), the so-called biogas.
Liquefied natural gas
LNG has enormous potential as a realistic fuel alternative to oil in the transport sector, allowing the reduction of emissions and costs.