CNG vehicles in Singapore in final lap towards oblivion

Only 163 vehicles that can run on CNG remained on the road as at the end of last month. PHOTO: COURTESY OF SMART ENERGY
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SINGAPORE - Singapore's dalliance with compressed natural gas (CNG) - an alternative and potentially greener automotive fuel - has run its course.

According to Land Transport Authority figures, only 163 vehicles that can run on CNG remained on the road as at the end of last month. Of the lot, 162 were passenger cars and one was a commercial vehicle.

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