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Ankai LNG Buses Travel 20,000 km Across Euroasian Continent

2018-09-20    Author:    Source:www.chinabuses.org
Summarize:Recently, Ankai LNG buses traveled across Asia and Europe, reaching 20 cities across the Euroasian continent and going through various extreme weather conditions.

Recently, Ankai LNG buses traveled across Asia and Europe, reaching 20 cities across the Euroasian continent and going through various extreme weather conditions.

On September 4, China-Europe International Traffic Corridor LNG Vehicle Rally themed with Green Energy Silk Road Tour officially kicked off at Beijing and Nantong, Jiangsu province. Jointly organized by China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), Gazprom based in Russia and KMG based in Kazakhstan, the rally is scheduled to finish in St. Petersberg on October 3 when St. Petersberg International Natural Gas Conference will be held.

As one of the demonstration activities to promote greener economic development along the Silk Road Economic Belt, Ankai 12-meter A8 buses powered by natural gas, together with several other leading bus brands, formed a special bus fleet and traveled from China to Russia.

On September 4, the bus fleet officially started its journey from Rudong, Jiangsu province. After traveling across Jiangsu, Anhui, Henan, Shaanxi, Gansu and Xinjiang, all vehicles entered Kazakhstan at 12:30 am on September 15. During the twelve days. They traveled over 5,000 km and well stood the tests of harsh weather conditions, making a new record in the world’s LNG vehicle rally.

Compared with gasoline powered vehicles, LNG vehicles are able to cut their carbon emissions by one third and nitrogen emissions by 90%. Ankai LNG A8 bus, fully has demonstrated its environmental friendliness during the rally. In addition, by introducing a number of safety measures and lowering its weight, A8 achieves unparalleled safety standards on the international market and greatly helps its operators cut operation costs.(www.chinabuses.org)

Editor:Ida

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