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Volkswagen Group and SOVAC to produce vehicles in Algeria

Green Car Congress

The Volkswagen Group has signed a contract for vehicle assembly in Algeria through a joint venture with SOVAC S.P.A., The dealership network of the Volkswagen Group in Algeria includes more than 100 facilities with 1,650 employees. Volkswagen’s sales partner in the region. will produce selected Group models.

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Stellantis To Open A Production Plant In Algeria, Launches 6 Fiat Models In The Market

CleanTechnica EVs

Stellantis already has a manufacturing presence on the African continent, but it looks like it now wants to grow its footprint on the continent. The all-electric small city car the Citroen Ami is made in Morocco and exported to several European countries. It is also used locally by companies such as the Morocco Post for […]

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$25 Billion Up For Grabs In Canada’s Progress-Light, Reality-Deficient Hydrogen Strategy

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Over the past few years I’ve published assessments of the hydrogen strategies of multiple jurisdictions, including the United States, Australia, Japan, Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, the EU, and the Canadian province of Ontario, among others. News of the German chancellor coming, cap in hand, begging for liquid natural gas and hydrogen.

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Use of leaded gasoline officially ends worldwide

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When service stations in Algeria stopped providing leaded gasoline in July, the use of leaded gasoline in cars ended globally. This development follows an almost two-decades-long campaign by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP)-led global Partnership for Clean Fuels and Vehicles (PCFV).

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EIA: US LNG exports grew to record highs in the first half of 2021

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Rising global LNG demand once COVID-19 restrictions began to ease, as well as continuous unplanned outages at LNG export facilities in several countries (including Australia, Malaysia, Nigeria, Algeria, Norway, and Trinidad and Tobago), also contributed to increased US LNG exports.

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EIA: Global trade in liquefied natural gas grew by 4.5% in 2021

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Bcf/d and from Algeria by 0.2 Australia increased its LNG exports by 0.1 Bcf/d, remaining the world’s largest LNG exporter for the second consecutive year. In North Africa, LNG exports from Egypt increased by 0.7 Bcf/d, the second- and third-largest year-on-year volumetric increases among all LNG-exporting countries.

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Nissan to test African demand for its e-Power hybrid vehicle – ET Auto

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This year Nissan will export the South African built Navara pickup trucks to new markets of Algeria, Libya, Sudan, Tunisia and Egypt, Nissan Africa product Marketing Director Stefan Haasbroek said.

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