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Főgáz to soon open first CNG filling station in Budapest

Automotive

Hungarian gas trading company Főgáz will soon open the first compressed natural gas (CNG) filling station in Budapest, the Hungarian Gas Powered Transportation Cluster Association told MTI on Monday.

The facility will be opened at an unspecified MOL station in the city.

There are currently two CNG filling stations in Hungary, in the cities of Győr (NE Hungary) and Szeged (S Hungary).

CNG is a substitute fossil fuel used in specially designed natural-gas-powered vehicles.

The cluster was set up in April this year, and aims to raise the share of CNG-powered vehicles and filling stations to 1% within three-to-five years.

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