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Omera Gas inks separate deals with three state-owned companies to set up auto gas stations and supply LPG in the country. LPG conversion services will also be provided.

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Omera Gas One Ltd, a subsidiary of East Coast Group, has established separate partnerships with Meghna, Jauma and Padma oil companies for installing auto gas stations and supplying LPG across Bangladesh. With this move, the companies intend to facilitate the adoption of LPG-powered vehicles in the country.

Under the terms of the agreement, Omera Gas One Ltd will supply LPG to the stations of the three companies, as well as converting vehicles into LPG-driven ones, according to a press release.

"A lot of consumers hesitate to convert to LPG only doubting the availability of the fuel. Therefore, Omera Gas One is determined to remove this hesitation altogether by making auto gas available all over the country," said chief executive officer of Omera Gas One Ltd, Tanveer Azam Chowdhury.

"These auto gas stations will not only provide uninterrupted LPG for vehicles 24/7 but will also provide LPG conversion services," Tanver added.

Last week, Beximco, Bashundhara and Energypac also signed separate deals with these oil companies for the same purpose. The three companies will roll out 1,000 auto gas filling station across Bangladesh.

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