Differences between CNG and LPG gas
A lot of drivers ask about differences between LPG and earth gas for cars and if the same gas installation can be used, where to find the gas-filling stations…
LPG = UNP i.e. liquid petroleum gas is bought in a liquid state under the pressure of around 5 bars and is paid by the litre, and the car tank has thinner sides while there are more than 260 gas-filling stations in B&H.
CNG = compressed natural (earth) gas is bought in a gas state under the pressure of around 220 bars and paid by the kilo, the car tank has thicker sides but its biggest flaw is the number of stations, only in Tuzla.
CNG gas can only be bought at Junuzović Kopex gas-filling stations in Tuzla.