Are you ready to save BIG on fuel?

Then enter for a chance to WIN a FREE* CNG conversion and you can save thousands!

Calculate and compare just how much you can save when you switch from liquid fuel to CNG.

Enter to Win – September 2020



Submission boxes will be at these stations (only) on the following dates

Final Cycle

Sept 14th - 30th 2020
  • NP O'meara, Arima
  • NP St Christopher's, Wrightson Rd
  • NP Beetham, Beetham Highway
  • NP Carrousel, San Fernando

To Enter:

  • Visit any one of participating stations listed above.
  • Ask (the cashier) for an entry form. No purchase necessary. One entry form per person.
  • Fill out and deposit your entry form into the entry box at that station for a chance to win 1 of 200 conversions.

Rules and Eligibility:

  • Promotion valid for private 4 or 6 cylinder gasoline vehicles. Direct injection, carbureted and OBD1 systems are ineligible.
  • Must be a legal resident of Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • Winners will be chosen via random draws.
  • Winners must present required documents and sign Terms and Conditions for Cycle 3 by October 30th 2020. Failure to meet this date will result in loss of prize.
  • CNG reserves the right to choose the converter.
  • Subject to successful vehicle assessment.
  • Assessment and processing fees for your conversion apply. Fees payable to the CNG licensed converters

*Special terms and conditions apply. | Promotion approved by the NLCB. | Employees of the NGC Group are not eligible to enter.

Click here for our full list of requirements and terms and conditions

Why CNG?

  • It’s Cheaper CNG is 80% cheaper than Super Gasoline.
  • It’s Greener On average, CNG emits about 30% less carbon dioxide than gasoline or diesel.
  • There’s Less Maintenance CNG burns clearly and does not contaminate your spark plugs and engine oil.
  • With Long Term Performance Because your engine remains cleaner, it performs better for longer periods.
  • Local Source The natural gas used for CNG is from Trinidad and Tobago, not imported. This reduces the burden of spending foreign exchange to import fuel.