Indonesia plans to increase use of gas in transport sector

Indonesia is introducing new legislation requiring all vehicle filling stations to offer at least one gas dispenser as part of its oil-to-gas programme in the transport sector.
By Staff reporter 18 May 2017 0 25967

Indonesia is introducing new legislation requiring all vehicle filling stations to offer at least one gas dispenser as part of its oil-to-gas programme in the transport sector, according to Nasdaq.

The move is aimed at increasing the number of gas-fuelled vehicles on the roads. PT Autogas Indonesia has ordered 5,000 CNG cylinders from Hexagon Raufoss to convert taxis and government vehicles to CNG. The company delivered 1,000 cylinders to PT Autogas in 2016.

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