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What is NGV ?

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What is natural gas?
Natural gas is a mixture of hydrocarbons found in the ground independently or together with crude oil. Its composition varies (depending on where it is found), but its main component is “Methane”(CH4}. The rest of the gas is made up of varying amounts of other gases like ethane, propane, butane, and heavier hydrocarbons, plus Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen, water and traces of other substances. Natural gas is a by-product of decaying vegetable matter in underground strata. Natural gas is the cleanest burning fossil fuel; it can help improve the quality of air and water,especially when used in highly polluted places.
Malaysia is blessed with abundant natural gas reserves. At 82.5 trillion cubic feet, these reserves are two times the amount of oil, thus there is opportunity to promote and diversify the use of the natural gas not just as a power source in the industrial and utilities sector; but also as an alternative fuel for vehicles. PETRONAS, through its wholly, owned subsidiary, PETRONAS NGV Sdn Bhd , have been making NGV available to Malaysian motorists through its expanding chain of NGV outlets in the Klang Valley and other major urban areas in the country.

What is NGV ?
NGV stands for Natural Gas Vehicle. They operate similarly to traditional vehicles, but they use natural gas as fuel. Natural gas can power existing cars and trucks by converting the engines to a bi-fuel capability. To convert vehicles to natural gas requires installing a tank, fuel pressure regulators, and fuel lines. Most systems incorporate an electronic module which adjusts the engine to maintain comparable performance levels with either fuel. Limited production of dedicated natural gas engines and vehicles is under way at motor vehicle manufacturers. Refueling stations use the same natural gas as commercial facilities and residences. These stations now provide compressed natural gas for quick-fill

How a Natural Gas Vehicle Work ?
1. Natural gas is compressed and enters the vehicle through the natural gas fill valve (receptacle).
2. It flows into high-pressure cylinders located in or under the vehicle.
3. In a bi-fuel NGV, a fuel selector on the dashboard permits selection of natural gas or gasoline to act as the fuel for the vehicle. A dedicated NGV operates solely on natural gas.
4. When natural gas is needed by the engine, it leaves the cylinders and passes through the master manual shut-off valve.
5. The gas goes through the high-pressure fuel line and enters the engine compartment.
6. Gas enters the regulator, which reduces pressure from up to 3,600 psi to near atmospheric pressure.
7. The natural gas solenoid valve allows natural gas to pass from the regulator into the gas mixer or natural gas fuel injectors. (Or, it shuts off the natural gas when the engine is not running or when, in the case of a bi-fuel vehicle, gasoline is selected).
8. In a bi-fuel NGV, natural gas mixed with air flows down through the gasoline carburetor or fuel injection system and enters the engine’s combustion chambers. In a dedicated NGV, natural gas is injected into the engine’s combustion chamber via specially designed natural gas fuel injectors.
9. In a bi-fuel NGV, when the driver selects gasoline, the conventional gasoline system is activated and the natural gas system is automatically shut off.

NGV Diagram

diagram

 

 

 

Petronas NGV Station
KLANG VALLEY

PETRONAS Station NGV KLCC NGV-1 & 2
Tkt Mezanin & Bawah GDC II
Persiaran KLCC
Kuala Lumpur City Centre
50088 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03 – 23809050/60
PETRONAS Service Station Kg. Baru
Jalan Raja Muda Abd Aziz
Kg. Baru
50300 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03 – 26988081
   
PETRONAS Service Station Damansara Jaya 2
Lot 10068, Jln SS 22/48
Damansara Jaya II
50490 Petaling Jaya
Tel : 03 – 77280680
PETRONAS Service Station SS4, Kelana Jaya
Lot 2, Jalan SS 4B/10
Kelana Jaya
47301 Petaling Jaya
   
PETRONAS Service Station SS3, Kelana Jaya
Lot 2, SS3/39
Kelana Jaya
47301 Petaling Jaya
Tel : 03 – 78764335
PETRONAS Service Station Tmn Sri Hartamas
Lot 48653, Taman Sri Hartamas
Tel : 03 – 6201 1052 / 3363
   
PETRONAS Service Station HICOM Shah Alam
Jalan Ijuk 26/5
40000 Shah Alam
Tel : 03 -5191 5658 / 9448
PETRONAS Service Station Subang Airport
Lot PT 1210
Lpg Terbang Sultan Abd Aziz
47200 Subang
Tel : 03 – 78462016
   
PETRONAS Service Station Jln Kepong
Lot No. 12134, Mukim Batu
Jalan Kepong, Kepong
52100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03 – 62524064
PETRONAS Service Station Jln Klang Lama
Batu 4 3/4, Jln Klang Lama
58000 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03 – 79810794
   
PETRONAS Service Station Tmn Samudera
Lot 29071, 29072 Taman Samudera
68100 Batu Caves
Tel : 03 – 61870601
PETRONAS Service Station Wangsa Melawati
Lot 20272, Wangsa Melawati
Jalan Hulu Kelang
503100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03 – 41433653
   
PETRONAS Service Station Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)
Taman Teknologi Malaysia
Lebuhraya KL-Seremban
57100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03 – 90596527
PETRONAS Service Station Segambut
Lot 9524, Jalan Segambut
Tel : 03 – 6258 9818
   
PETRONAS Service Station KLIA 1 (Outbound)
Lot PT 3906
Jalan Terminal,
KLIA 43900 Sepang
Tel : 03 – 87873279
PETRONAS Service Station KLIA 2 (Outbound)
Malaysia Airport Management & Technical Services
KLIA 2 (Inbound)
Jln Terminal KLIA
43900 Sepang
Tel : 03 – 87872301
   
PETRONAS Service Station KLIA 3
Jln Pekeliling Kargo,
KLIA 43900 Sepang
Tel : 03 – 87872302
PETRONAS Service Station Jln Hj. Sirat
Lot PT 10729,
Taman Klang Utama
Jalan Hj. Sirat
42100 Klang
Tel : 03 – 32917127
   
PETRONAS Service Station Lot 59, Jln Ampang
Lot 59, Bt 3, Jln Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03 – 42567030
PETRONAS Service Station Salak South
Lot PT 4416, Jln Sg. Besi
Salak Selatan
57100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03 – 79847207
   
PETRONAS Service Station Taming Jaya, Balakong
PT 12842, Tmn Taming Jaya
Balakong, 43000 Kajang
Tel : 03 – 89616650
PETRONAS Service Station Subang Jaya SS17
Lot 7380 – 7381
Jln SS 17/2
47500 Subang Jaya
Tel : 03 – 56357012
   
PETRONAS Service Station Sri Kembangan
Lot 3463, Jln Raya 2
Sri Kembangan
43300 Serdang
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel : 03 – 89435669
PETRONAS Service Station Batu 5 1/2, Jln Cheras
Lot 16033, Bt 5 1/2, Jln Cheras
56200 Cheras
Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03 – 91335090
   
PETRONAS Service Station Precint 9, Putrajaya
Lot PT 1442,
Precint 9 Putrajaya,
Mukim Dengkil
Daerah Putrajaya
Tel : 03 – 88892008
PETRONAS Service Station Bt 14, Jln Puchong
Lot 5972, Kg. Baru
Batu 14, Puchong
Tel : 03 – 80614008
   
PETRONAS Service Station Persiaran Selangor
NGV Monogas Taxi
Depot Lot 20,
Seksyen 15 Persiaran Selangor
40000 Shah Alam
Tel : 012 – 2525842
PETRONAS Service Station Bandar Baru Selayang, Fasa 2A
Lot 60349, Bandar Baru Selayang
Fasa 2A, Jalan Sungai Tua
Bt Caves
Tel : 03 – 61857334
   
Petronas Service Station Bt 3, Glenmarie
Lot Lot PT119, Jln Mesra, Tmn Mesra, Bt3, Glenmarie
40150 Shah Alam
Tel : 03 – 55121525
Stesen Minyak & Servis Petronas
Jln Ipoh,
Lapan Puluh Tujuh Enterprise,
Lot Pt17011, Bt 6, Mukim Batu, Jln Ipoh,
51200 Kuala Lumpur
   
Stesen Minyak & Servis Petronas
Teluk Panglima Garang(CS),
Akrab Padu Ent,
Lot 3020, Mukim Teluk Panglima Garang,
42500 K Langat, Selangor.
Petronas NGV Jalan Jambu Jerteh,
Rezua Resources,
Lot No PT 6517,
Jln Jambu Jerteh,
52000 Kepong, KL
Tel : 03-62575464
   
Petronas Service Station
Jln Maarof, Bangsar
Business Ideas Petroservis,
Lot 232 & 233, Jln Maarof,
Bangsar, 58000 KL
Tel : 03-22823312
 

NEGERI SEMBILAN

PETRONAS Service Station Senawang
Batu 4 1/2 Jalan Seremban -Tampin
70450 Senawang
Negeri Sembilan
Tel : 06 – 6783654
PETRONAS Service Station Seremban 2
Jalan S2 B1, Lake View Square
Mukim Rasah, Seremban 2
70200 Seremban
N Sembilan
Tel : 06 – 6014297/06 – 6014298

JOHOR

PETRONAS Service Station Senai
Lapangan Terbang Sultan Ismail
81400 Senai, Johor
Tel : 07 – 599 4567
PETRONAS Service Station Taman Tampoi Utama
Lot 60266, Taman Tampoi Utama
81200 Johor Bharu
Tel : 03 – 241 5076
   
PETRONAS Service Station Lebuhraya Pasir Gudang
81750 Masai
Johor
Tel : 07 – 2880500
PETRONAS Service Station Jalan Gangsa
Plo 305, Jalan Gangsa
81700 Pasir Gudang
Johor
Tel : 07 – 2513494
   
NGV Jln Datin Halimah
No 10, Jln. Petaling 1,
Off Jln Datin Halimah,
80350 Johor Bharu
 

PENANG

PETRONAS Service Station Prai
Lot 93, Kawasan Perusahaan Prai
13600 Prai
Tel : 04 – 390 3603
 

Melaka

Stesen Minyak & Servis Petronas
Ayer Keroh 1,
Lot 4351, Mukim Bkt Katil,
Ayer Keroh Height,
75450 Melaka.

Malaysia is blessed with abundant natural gas reserves. At 82.5 trillion cubic feet, these reserves are two times the amount of oil, thus there is opportunity to promote and diversify the use of the natural gas not just as a power source in the industrial and utilities sector; but also as an alternative fuel for vehicles. PETRONAS, through its wholly, owned subsidiary, PETRONAS NGV Sdn Bhd , have been making NGV available to Malaysian motorists through its expanding chain of NGV outlets in the Klang Valley and other major urban areas in the country.

What is NGV ?
NGV stands for Natural Gas Vehicle. They operate similarly to traditional vehicles, but they use natural gas as fuel. Natural gas can power existing cars and trucks by converting the engines to a bi-fuel capability. To convert vehicles to natural gas requires installing a tank, fuel pressure regulators, and fuel lines. Most systems incorporate an electronic module which adjusts the engine to maintain comparable performance levels with either fuel. Limited production of dedicated natural gas engines and vehicles is under way at motor vehicle manufacturers. Refueling stations use the same natural gas as commercial facilities and residences. These stations now provide compressed natural gas for quick-fill.

How a Natural Gas Vehicle Work ?
1. Natural gas is compressed and enters the vehicle through the natural gas fill valve (receptacle).
2. It flows into high-pressure cylinders located in or under the vehicle.
3. In a bi-fuel NGV, a fuel selector on the dashboard permits selection of natural gas or gasoline to act as the fuel for the vehicle. A dedicated NGV operates solely on natural gas.
4. When natural gas is needed by the engine, it leaves the cylinders and passes through the master manual shut-off valve.
5. The gas goes through the high-pressure fuel line and enters the engine compartment.
6. Gas enters the regulator, which reduces pressure from up to 3,600 psi to near atmospheric pressure.
7. The natural gas solenoid valve allows natural gas to pass from the regulator into the gas mixer or natural gas fuel injectors. (Or, it shuts off the natural gas when the engine is not running or when, in the case of a bi-fuel vehicle, gasoline is selected).
8. In a bi-fuel NGV, natural gas mixed with air flows down through the gasoline carburetor or fuel injection system and enters the engine’s combustion chambers. In a dedicated NGV, natural gas is injected into the engine’s combustion chamber via specially designed natural gas fuel injectors.
9. In a bi-fuel NGV, when the driver selects gasoline, the conventional gasoline system is activated and the natural gas system is automatically shut off.

What is NGV ?
NGV stands for Natural Gas Vehicle. They operate similarly to traditional vehicles, but they use natural gas as fuel. Natural gas can power existing cars and trucks by converting the engines to a bi-fuel capability. To convert vehicles to natural gas requires installing a tank, fuel pressure regulators, and fuel lines. Most systems incorporate an electronic module which adjusts the engine to maintain comparable performance levels with either fuel. Limited production of dedicated natural gas engines and vehicles is under way at motor vehicle manufacturers. Refueling stations use the same natural gas as commercial facilities and residences. These stations now provide compressed natural gas for quick-fill.

How a Natural Gas Vehicle Work ?
1. Natural gas is compressed and enters the vehicle through the natural gas fill valve (receptacle).
2. It flows into high-pressure cylinders located in or under the vehicle.
3. In a bi-fuel NGV, a fuel selector on the dashboard permits selection of natural gas or gasoline to act as the fuel for the vehicle. A dedicated NGV operates solely on natural gas.
4. When natural gas is needed by the engine, it leaves the cylinders and passes through the master manual shut-off valve.
5. The gas goes through the high-pressure fuel line and enters the engine compartment.
6. Gas enters the regulator, which reduces pressure from up to 3,600 psi to near atmospheric pressure.
7. The natural gas solenoid valve allows natural gas to pass from the regulator into the gas mixer or natural gas fuel injectors. (Or, it shuts off the natural gas when the engine is not running or when, in the case of a bi-fuel vehicle, gasoline is selected).
8. In a bi-fuel NGV, natural gas mixed with air flows down through the gasoline carburetor or fuel injection system and enters the engine’s combustion chambers. In a dedicated NGV, natural gas is injected into the engine’s combustion chamber via specially designed natural gas fuel injectors.
9. In a bi-fuel NGV, when the driver selects gasoline, the conventional gasoline system is activated and the natural gas system is automatically shut off.


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