Thursday, March 02, 2006
Natural gas major Gazprom's unit opens its first CNG fuel station in Berlin
01.03.2006 IntelliNews Today - According to ITAR-TASS, a Germany-based subsidiary of gas major Gazprom – ZGG-Zarubezhgaz-Erdgashandel-Gesellschaftcompany – opened its first compressed natural gas (CNG) filling station in Germany's capital city. The filling station costing EUR 250,000 (USD 298,500) is located near Berlin's Tegel airport. It will be operated mainly for servicing the city's and the airport's buses, propelled with CNG fuel. As informed by ZGG-Zarubezhgaz-Erdgashandel-Gesellschaft's press service, the company plans to open several more CNG filling stations in Germany .