Italy aims to triple CNG use for transport in 10 years

By Silvia Favasuli 13 February 2017
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A gas-powered HGV. Snam aims to increase the number of NGVs on Italian roads. (Iveco) A gas-powered HGV. Snam aims to increase the number of NGVs on Italian roads. (Iveco)

A drive by Italy's Snam to double the number of CNG filling stations across the country over the next 10 years means Italy’s stagnant NGV sector is poised for a renaissance.

Snam kickstarted its plan in December by signing a cooperation agreement with Italian private fuel company API Group to develop 150 new CNG filling stations nationwide.

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