CNG AFRICA 2023
17 March 2023 | #CNGAFRICA2023
Formation of Tanzania CNG Association
Witness this historical moment in Tanzania’s CNG industry by attending CNG Africa as there will be an official formation of Tanzania CNG Association; an association of Tanzania’s key CNG stakeholders with the objective to promote the use of CNG as the key to Africa’s significant footstep towards sustainability. By initiating local scale projects whilst developing long-term partnerships with other organisations, TCNGA foster’s a safer, cleaner, healthier and more prosperous world.
What is CNG Africa?
Be a part of Africa’s significant footstep towards sustainability by attending CNG Africa as there will be an official formation of Tanzania CNG Association; an association of Tanzania CNG key stakeholders with an objective to promote the use of CNG to foster a safer, cleaner, healthier and more prosperous world by initiating local scale projects whilst developing long-term partnerships with other organisations and within the association.
The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) ,an autonomous multi-sectoral regulatory authority established by the laws of Tanzania, has set a significant decrease of CNG price per kilogram in 2022 with an aim of encouraging Tanzanians to install CNG systems into their vehicles for the benefit of individual citizens, the country’s economy and the environment.
Tanzania is one of the countries in East Africa capable of providing benefits for the region by giving the country’s domestic CNG market a significant share to the overall market in the region.
Tanzania has the potential to shift to the use of CNG in powering vehicles instead of hydrocarbons as the call for a shift to increasing use of clean and environmental clean energy
is the total annual production of natural gas in Tanzania, with 57 trillion cubic feet gas reserves in total, Tanzania has the potential to shift to the use of CNG in powering vehicles instead of hydrocarbons as the call for clean energy consumption
Tanzania government has outlined measures to encourage the use of natural gas, including addressing tax issues in efforts to lower the cost of converting vehicles from gasoline consumption to CNG.
Despite not being Tanzania’s capital city, Dar es Salaam is one of the most significant cities and the largest city of the country. With a busy and picturesque seaport, culturally-rich architecture and lifestyle merging perfectly with fine shopping and dining, Dar es Salaam is able to captivate visitors from all over the world economically and conventionally. A stroll at the city’s waterfront is recommended if you wish to enjoy the scenery of colorful colonial-era government buildings, street-side vendors and ageing boats. You can also take a tour at Dar es Salaam’s National Museum for an exhibition of early human fossils and various moments in Tanzania history. For local art pieces, visit the renowned Mwenge Art Market and have a taste of authentic regional cuisine whilst discovering the genuine Tanzanian lifestyle at the The bustling Kariakoo Market