EVA inaugurates a new Liquefied Natural Gas service station in Peru

EVA inaugurates a new LNG service station in Nasca, Km 446 of the Pan-American Highway

The gas station is located in Nasca

EVA (Energía de Valor Ambiental), a company created by Limagas and HAM Group, has inaugurated a new LNG service station in Peru, located in the Peruvian city of Nasca, at Km 446 of the Pan-American Highway (GPS: -14.821221, -74.967969)

This service station has been designed and developed based on a new service station concept called Benito, whose main characteristic is its rapid installation and start-up in less than 24 hours.

The gas station makes available to all its customers an 80m3 tank where two dispensers are integrated, with a hose each, so that heavy vehicles and trucks of any brand can refuel LNG easily and quickly, as it keeps the liquid subcooled and It quickly adapts to the optimal temperature of the vehicles.

EVA Nasca GNL Perú is a service station that allows refueling with a 24/365 schedule in self-service mode. To guarantee its perfect operation and rapid resolution of incidents, it is monitored remotely and allows us to contact our technical service 24/7 to resolve our customers’ problems and doubts during the refueling process.

At EVA (Energía de Valor Ambiental) we are committed to eco-friendly fuels, such as liquefied natural gas, compressed natural gas and biomethane, with the aim of promoting sustainable mobility to reduce the environmental impact.

Natural gas for vehicles (NGV) is a real and efficient alternative that allows CO2 emissions to be reduced by between 15% and 100%, fine particle emissions by 95% and nitrous oxide emissions by 35%, compared to other more polluting fuels.

EVA aims to promote the use of LNG for Peruvian road transport and CNG for passenger cars, light vehicles and trucks, with the expectation of opening between 10 and 15 service stations before December 2025.

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