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THLD Group, Doowe Gas sign MoU on conversion, sales of autogas vehicles

source Energy Mix Report on Apr 20, 2018

Doowegas and THLD GROUP have signed a collaboration agreement to promote the conversion, usage and sales of autogas (liquefied petroleum gas) vehicles in Nigeria, The Guardian reports.

The agreement was signed by James Atiti; Doowegas chief executive officer and Olajuwan Olusegun, chief executive officer and managing director of THLD Group. Interest in autogas, the world’s most widely-used alternative fuel, with more than 21 million vehicles is growing in Nigeria due to recognition of its environmental and economic advantages – it is 40% cheaper than conventional fuels and offers savings on C02 and air pollution.

Doowegas is currently the largest online retailer for cooking gas in Nigeria with over 15 retail autogas (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) stations in Lagos alone, and THLD AUTOGAS SYSTEMS BY STAG is on one of the leading technologies in the world in the commercialization of autogas vehicles and has extensive experience and training particularly in Europe where more than 1.7 million vehicles currently run on autogas (Liquefied Petroleum Gas).

 


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