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Nashik: (MNGL) on Friday said that they will provide compressed natural gas (CNG) for 200 city buses by March-end.

According to MNGL officials, CNG stations are going to be operational at six locations within the city. These locations are leased out by the Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC).
MNGL’s promises came during a joint meeting of officials from MNGL and NMC. Mayor Satish Kulkarni and NMC’s committee chairman Uddhav Nimse were present during the meeting.

“We are launching a city bus service from April 1 with 200 CNG and 50 diesel buses that will be deployed in phases. MNGL will lay 103km pipeline from Mhaskal-Titwala and has agreed to make CNG available through tankers by March-end,” said Nimse.

Initially, MNGL will transport liquefied natural gas (LNG) through tankers to the city and then convert it to CNG. LNG will be transported by roadways from the nearest import storage location (Dahej) and will be stored in containers in Nashik.

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