Nigerian govt announces 80 standards for CNG vehicles

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The Nigerian government has announced 80 new standards that should be strictly adhered to by operators of Compressed Natural Gas vehicles and other components.
The Director-General of the Standards Organisation of Nigeria, SON, Ifeanyi Okeke, disclosed this on Monday at the unveiling in Abuja.
He said the 80 standards are part of efforts of the Presidential Compressed Natural Gas Initiative, PCNGI.
He added that the approved standards would pave the way for safer CNG use, reduced environmental impact, and cost savings.

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