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LPG Dealership (PAN India)

We at EGL believe in establishing long term relationship through appointment of Dealers across India. By offering LPG Dealership Opportunity we are now reaching to every household, offices, commercial units in India. We believe in creating win-win situation throughout our network by providing excellent support and training as and when required. LPG Dealership Eligibility Criteria Below are the indicative eligibility criteria for allocation of East gas dealership:- EASTGAS Read More...

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Tie-Up with Import/Export Company

EGL is having tie-up with the IndianOil Petronas Pvt. Ltd. (IPPL) for using Import/Export Terminal of IPPL. IPPL has a cumulative of 68,100 MT of Propane, Butane & LPG (Product) Storage Capacity. The  product is sources from international suppliers and it has tie-ups with them providing uninterrupted assured supply of meeting international standards to produce Read More...

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Maintaining Persistent Growth

Maintain persistent growth to consolidate its position in the face of stiff competition in the market. In 2014-15, Company has achieved a substantial growth.

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Licensed and Certified

Test certificates for assuring the quality of LPG / Propane and Butane as per IS norms along with sealed packed LPG cylinder.

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Own Transport Facilities

Own transport facilities with own fleet of 7 vehicles and 35 transporter/clients vehicles for direct supply of bulk products to its clients.

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Key Features

Own Transport Facilities for Bulk customers Quality Assurance Timely Delivery High Purity Gases Supplier Fair International Pricing Licensed and Certified Maintaining Persistent Growth BSE Traded Shares

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Auto LPG Convertions

 

Cars on LPG/CNG are highly economical to run and the expenditure is less than 2/3 to that of Petrol. The total cost of the conversion can be recovered quickly from the savings accrued by use of Auto gas in lieu of Petrol depending on the average run of the car. Moreover, gas being a cleaner and greener fuel in comparison to Petrol / Diesel there is less wear and tear of the engine. There is much less carbon deposit on the engine and also the life of Engine oil is enhanced since it does not dilute faster. One can say that on a whole 15% of car maintenance costs is saved by using Auto gas. Engine runs smoother and there is no additional noise or vibration of the car, which is a major advantage over diesel car.

FUEL Economics (Cost Comparisons – 4 wheelers)

Fuel

Selling Price

(Rs.)

Driving Distance

(Km)

Fuel Costs

(Rs. / Km)

LPG

38.76

12 / litre

3.23

CNG

40/ kg

18 / kg

2.22

Diesel

52/ litre

14 / litre

3.71

Petrol

66/ litre

14 / litre

4.71

Comparison between LPG and CNG:-
Particulars LPG CNG
1. Technical Details
a) Composition 40% Propane60% Butane 90% Methane
b) Physical state in Cylinder Liquid Compressed Gas
c) Temperature Ambient Ambient
d) Filling Pressure 7 kg/cm2 200 kg/cm2
e) Engine efficiency High High
f) Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM), CO, Nox, SO2 in exhaust gas Very Low Very Low
2. Fuel Tank (Taxis / Cars)
a) Fuel Tank Weight ~ 17-20 Kg ~ 50-55 Kg
b) Fuel Tank Capacity 60 lit Water Cap 65 lit Water Cap
c) Mass of Fuel in Full tank 28 Kg 12 Kg
3. Distance Covered
Running distance with FullTank for Taxis) 448 Km 204 Km
4. Distribution of Autofuel
a) Cost of Dispensing Station 40 Lacs 1-1.5 Cr.
b) Supply to Dispensing station Reliable supply by Road Tankers /td> Reliable supply by Underground Pipeline
Particulars LPG CNG
c) Location of Dispensing Station Any Area Only in areas with Natural Gas Pipeline Network
d) Cities Any City New Delhi and Mumbai only
5. Safety
a) Cylinder Pressure Much Safer as the gas pressure is only 7 kg/cm2 Gas Pressure is very high at 200 kg/cm2
b) Transportation Transported as liquid (7 kg/cm2) by road tanker from storage terminal to dispensing station Transported as gas (35 kg/cm2) by pipeline from storage terminal to dispensing station
c) Compressor at Gas Station Not required Compressor has to be provided to raise the pressure upto 200 kg/cm2
d) Heat emission in case of fire 45 KW/m2 3 times more than LPG