CNG Automobile Refueling Station - Changsha City

Hunan ChangfengEnergy Co.,LTD

Project Overview

  • Operating company: Hunan Changfeng Energy Co., Ltd.
  • Date of establishment: December 25, 2008
  • Registered capital: RMB $10 million for integrated operation of natural gas transportation
  • Main business: Refueling Project in Changsha City, Hunan Province
  • Operating Condition: At present, a CNG refueling station has been built and a CNG refueling station is under construction. The daily gas supply exceeds 30,000 m2.
  • New Business Segment: CF Energy’s first Compressed Natural Gas (“CNG”) refueling retail station in Changsha City commenced operation in April 2010, representing CF Energy’s first fully operational business in Mainland China and introduced a new business segment to the Company.
  • Market Size: According to the 2012 Census, the population of Changsha is 7,044,118. The city has huge buses and taxis in operation. The Changsha Municipal Government encourages the city to use compressed natural gas or gasoline as fuel for vehicles.

Operation Overview

Compressed natural gas (CNG) Compressed natural gas (CNG) is a fossil fuel that can replace gasoline, diesel or methane. It is an environmentally clean alternative fuel and is safer and less costly than other fuels in case of accidental leakage (natural gas is lighter than air) It is easier to distribute when released).

In 2006, the Changsha Municipal Government encouraged new taxis and public buses to undergo a conversion process to become dual-fuel (CNG/gasoline) vehicles. In late 2008, CF Energy entered the CNG retail refueling station market in Changsha City, and was granted a business license which allows the Company to operate CNG refueling stations throughout Changsha City. In April 2010, CF Energy completed construction of its first CNG refueling retail station and commenced gas supply.

In September of 2010, CF Energy entered into a land lease agreement for construction of its second CNG refueling retail station in Changsha City. However, further expansion and development of CNG refueling retail stations in Changsha City beyond the first station, have been delayed, pending a secure gas supply at a price that will provide for a reasonable margin. Other considerations such as pricing, market size/development and capital budgeting are expected to contribute to the evolution of the Company’s CNG Refueling Retail Station initiative in Changsha City.

Since 2011, the CF Energy upgraded its facilities and increased the daily output of the first CNG station to 30,000m3which doubled its original designed capacity.