El Molla Inaugurates Two New Natural Gas Fueling Stations in Nasr City, New Cairo

El Molla Inaugurates Two New Natural Gas Fueling Stations in Nasr City, New Cairo

Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek El Molla inaugurated the two new gas stations, the Cargas/Wataniya station in Nasr City’s Al-Waha district and the Cargas/COOP station in New Cairo’s Fifth Settlement, the ministry said in a statement.

The two stations are part of a plan to spread natural gas supply stations as fuel, which is being implemented by the ministry to increase the number of beneficiaries of this civilized  and economic service.

The two stations come in support of the development and urbanization efforts in the two regions and two new pillars within the chain of stations supplying natural gas as fuel, which has been tripled from what it was at the end of 2020, to contribute to the increase in the number of cars converted to work with natural gas as a locally available and economical fuel, in addition to its being equivalent to the highest consumption of benzene in terms of octane number, El Molla stated.

Hassanein Mohamed, Chairman of Cargas, explained that the two stations were equipped with catering capacities that enable them to serve about 3,000 cars per day, as the capacity of catering to the Oasis station is 1,000 cars per day through cargo distributors and four catering points, while the Fifth Settlement station was equipped with a catering capacity of 2,000 cars per day through four charging distributors at eight charging points to serve the motorists of the two stations.

 

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Sarah has been writing in the oil and gas field for 8 years. She has a Bachelor Degree in English Literature. She has three years of experience in the banking sector.

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