WHAT IS VNG, LNG AND CNG?
VNG is the acronym that identifies Vehicular Natural Gas, which refers to the use of natural gas as a fuel for vehicles. It can be used both in liquid (Liquefied Natural Gas or LNG) and gaseous states (Compressed Natural Gas or CNG).
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG): is natural gas that has been processed to be transported and stored in a liquid state at atmospheric pressure and at approximately -160 ºC. It is usually used in long-distance transportation vehicles.
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG): is natural gas stored and transported at high pressures, usually between 200 and 250 bar. It is generally used for medium and short distance transportation vehicles, light commercial vehicles and passenger cars.