Natural Gas is compressed at CNG Station through a series of processes such as scrubbing, drying and compressing to a pressure of 200-20 bars. The end product of the processes is CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) which we distribute to the customer using GTM (Gas Transport Module). Our GTM is a steel cylinder shape container which can withstand the high pressure of the CNG. These high-pressured steel cylinders are fixed in a frame of the standard size 20ft, 40ft or custom-sized container for transporting.
At the customer side, CNG is released from the containers through a high-pressure flexible hose connected to the PRS/U (Pressure Reducing Station or Unit). The PRS role is to reduce the pressure of the CNG from 200-250 bar to the desired pressure usually 4 bar or 10 bar.
Comparison Table for Gas Emission
Gas emissions comparison resulting from various fuel, including natural gas can be seen in the charts below.