In December 2021, AG&P Pratham in India, the city gas distribution (CGD) arm of Singapore-based AG&P Group, celebrated the commencement of construction for its liquefied compressed natural gas (LCNG) station in Andhra Pradesh. Second in the state and third in South India, the construction of this LCNG station is one of the key milestones amid rolling-out of vital gas networks undergoing development in India. Moreover, the station comprises of two storage tanks with capacity of 56 kl of LNG storage and gasification. AG&P Pratham operates two CNG stations in the YSR Kadapa district with along with a target to commission 10 more by March 2022.

Over the next eight years, AG&P Pratham plans on building nine LCNG Stations and 134 CNG stations in YSR Kadapa and Anantapur to connect factories, small-mid-large-scale companies, households, and the transport sector, ensuring reliable supply of LCNG.