EVA inaugurates its first LNG service station in Perú

EVA inaugurates its first liquefied natural gas service station in Mala, next to the Panamericana Sur highway

The gas station is located in Mala, in the province of Cañete

EVA (Energía de Valor Ambiental), a company created by Limagas and HAM Group, has inaugurated the first liquat natural gas serving station in Peru, located next to the city of Mala, at Km 86.5 of the South Pan-American Highway, road system that connects all the countries of the American continent (GPS: -12.682772, -76.649805)

The EVA Mala LNG service station is characterized by the installation of a new service station concept, called Benito, which is installed and commissioned in less than 24 hours, reducing construction time.

This liquefied natural gas gas station has an 80m3 tank that integrates two dispensers, with a hose each, which allows refueling LNG for heavy vehicles and all types of trucks, as it keeps the liquid subcooled and immediately adapts to the optimal temperature. of the different brands of vehicles.

The Mala LNG service station offers 24/365 self-service and is monitored remotely, having advanced security systems to guarantee its correct operation and the rapid resolution of incidents during refueling. In addition, we make available to all our customers the possibility of contacting our technical service 24/7.

EVA is working to promote the use of vehicular natural gas (NGV) from LNG for Peruvian road transport and CNG for passenger cars, light vehicles and trucks, with the expectation of opening, before December 2025, between 10 and 15 service stations.

We are committed to sustainable mobility, with efficient energy solutions that allow the reduction of the environmental impact with eco-friendly fuels, which reduce CO2 emissions by 15% and 100%, fine particle emissions by 95% and fine particle emissions by 35%. those of nitrous oxides.
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