Date
19 November 2017

Many cities adding LNG stations for large vehicles, paper says

Chongqing, Guangzhou and several other cities in China are accelerating efforts to add more liquefied natural gas (LNG) stations for large vehicles such as buses and trucks in a bid to cut carbon emissions, the China Securities Journal reported Friday. According to a recently published plan of the Guangzhou government, local authorities aim to add 126 LNG stations and cut carbon monoxide emissions by about 10,400 metric tons by 2020. Chongqing plans to add 37 LNG stations, the report said.

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