The CNG Rates in Hyderabad is revised on a monthly basis and the prices are fixed by the central government in India. The term CNG stands for Compressed Natural Gas. It is a gaseous fuel which is a mixture of hydrocarbons and it mainly includes Methane. CNG is used as a fossil fuel substitute and it is used as an alternative to petrol, diesel, auto LPG and so on. The CNG as a fuel can be used for any of the vehicles including cars, two – wheeler, buses, commercial vehicles and passenger vehicles. It is a lighter fuel than air and hence it disperses quickly without any dangerous accumulation. The narrow flammability range has made CNG one of the safest fuel on planet earth. It has a higher ignition temperature when compared with other fuels and this reduces the chances of accidental and spontaneous ignition in case of spillage.
|Nov 2018||₹ 65.50||₹ 0.00|
|Oct 2018||₹ 65.50||₹ 0.00|
The Compressed Natural Gas or CNG is one of the most efficient forms of natural gas used in vehicles, cooking, industrial uses and so on. As an environmentally friendly gas, the CNG has witnessed a gradual increase in the number of users over the last few years and this has helped the distributors to increase the total number of CNG stations across the country.
The Bhagyanagar Gas Limited, which is a joint venture of GAIL (India) Limited and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) was initiated on August 2003 as a city gas distribution company for the purpose of marketing and distributing of CNG and Piped Natural Gas (PNG) for domestic, commercial and industrial sector in Andhra Pradesh.
The Bhagyanagar Gas Limited has been authorized by the Central government of the country to lay, build, operate and expand gas distribution project in the cities of Vijayawada, Hyderabad and Kakinada.
So far there are more than 23,000 CNG operated vehicles which ply in Hyderabad alone and close to 1,140 households are linked with PNG. The availability of CNG enabled vehicles and concern towards the natural environment has upped the usage of CNG drove vehicles across the city of Hyderabad.