Intl. CNG conference to kick off in Tehran
The 3rd International Conference on CNG and Related Industries (IRAN NGV 2010) will kick off tomorrow in Tehran.
120 domestic and foreign firms will be taking part in the event.
According to the news reports nine countries namely Turkey, South Korea, Malaysia, China, Argentina, Brazil, Pakistan, India, and Germany are taking part in the conference which will close on September 20.
The International Association for Natural Gas Vehicles (IANGV) and the Asia Pacific Natural Gas Vehicles Association (ANGVA) have announced their readiness to take part in the conference.
The executive secretary of the conference said that CNG-burning vehicles are used in 15 countries, adding that, Turkey, South Korea, Malaysia, China, Argentina, Brazil, Pakistan, India, and Germany have announced their readiness to take part in the three-day conference.
Mohsen Mashayekhi noted that Iran's objective in the gathering is to follow up on the macro-policies of the administration for exporting technical and engineering services in CNG-related fields.