The Natural Gas Vehicles Company (Car Gas) and Egyptian International Gas Technology (Gastec) signed contracts to provide Chillout, which is a subsidiary of the National Company for Roads, with 24 plots of land for establishing new natural gas stations in line with the presidential initiative of natural gas vehicles conversion (NGVC).
The Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla, witnessed the signing and mentioned that this cooperation aims to provide citizens with outstanding services, increasing the numbers of beneficiaries from these services and encouraging them to convert their cars to run on natural gas. He also added that this is the beginning of further cooperation to spread natural gas stations.
For his part, Magdy Anwar, the Chairman of Chillout, praised the support of the petroleum sector and assured that the company will provide all the necessary facilities for Gastec and Car Gas to expedite the construction of these stations.
The contracts were signed by Magdy Anwar; Magdy Galal, the Chairman of the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS); Abdel Fattah Farahat, Chairman of Gastec; and Nasser Amin, the Chairman of Car Gas.