BusinessComments By Prince Okafor THE Federal Government has saved over $30 million as a result of the switch to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) from diesel, as well as a reduction of 76 million kilogramme of CO2 emissions. Disclosing this, yesterday, in Lagos, the Chief Executive Officer, CEO, Powergas, Mr. Deepak Khilnani, said the company will complete its mini Liquefied Natural Gas, LNG, facilities with a total production capacity of over 385,000 Standard Cubic Meter Per Day, (scmd) in Rivers State by mid-2017. According to him, “More will be saved by its consumers as the positive result of the use of Powergas CNG keeps increasing.”

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