Alternative Fuels Products and Services

Isinkwe Energies is a leading provider of advanced alternative fuel systems, comprehensive end-to-end refuelling infrastructure solutions and supply of bulk alternative fuels. At Isinkwe Energies, we are dedicated to revolutionizing the way industries and vehicles are powered, driving towards a greener and more sustainable future.


(Liquified Petroleum Gas)

LPG is a flammable mixture of hydrocarbon gases that are commonly used as fuel for various applications. LPG is a byproduct of natural gas processing and crude oil refining.
The main components of LPG are propane (C3H8) and butane (C4H10), although it may also contain small amounts of other hydrocarbons. These gases are compressed into a liquid state at relatively low pressures to make transportation and storage easier.

LPG is versatile and widely used for different purposes, including cooking, heating, automotive fuel (Autogas), industrial applications and refrigeration.

The use of LPG has some advantages, such as being a cleaner-burning fuel compared to coal or oil, which results in lower emissions of harmful pollutants and greenhouse gases. In the automotive industry. LPG is used as an alternative fuel for vehicles, particularly in some countries where it is more economical and environmentally favourable compared to petrol or diesel.


(Compressed Natural Gas)

CNG is a type of natural gas that has been compressed to a high pressure, typically around 3,600 to 3,000 pounds per square inch (psi), in order to store a large amount of gas in a smaller space. CNG is primarily composed of methane (CH4), with minor amounts of other hydrocarbons.

Natural gas, which is mainly methane, is extracted from underground reservoirs and then processed to remove impurities. Once purified, the gas is compressed to reduce its volume, making it easier and more economical to transport and store.

CNG is commonly used as an alternative to conventional fuels such as petrol and diesel, particularly in the transportation sector. Its use as a vehicle fuel has grown in popularity due to several advantages, such as lower emissions, cost-effectiveness, abundance and can be produced domestically in regions with significant natural gas reserves, and is used in a variety of vehicles, including cars, buses, trucks, and even some motorcycles.


(Liquified Natural Gas)

LNG is natural gas that has been cooled to a very low temperature to convert it into a liquid state for easier transportation and storage. The liquefaction process reduces the volume of natural gas by about 600 times, making it much more efficient to transport over long distances compared to its gaseous form.

The liquefaction process involves cooling natural gas to approximately -162 degrees Celsius (-260 degrees Fahrenheit), at which point it becomes a clear, odourless, and non-toxic liquid. In this liquid state, LNG takes up much less space, making it practical to transport large quantities in specially designed cryogenic tanks on ships or in storage facilities.

The primary component of LNG is methane (CH4), with small amounts of other hydrocarbons and impurities removed during the liquefaction process. LNG is sourced from natural gas fields and is processed before being liquefied to meet the required specifications for transportation.

LNG is used for various purposes, including international trade, energy supply, marine fuel, and its ability to be transported to remote locations and on-site for energy supply.

Using LNG as a fuel source has environmental benefits since it produces lower greenhouse gas emissions and fewer air pollutants compared to other fossil fuels like coal or oil.



Hydrogen is a chemical element with the symbol “H” and atomic number 1. It is the lightest and most abundant element in the universe, making up about 75% of its elemental mass. On Earth, hydrogen is primarily found in compounds rather than in its elemental form, most commonly as water (H2O) and hydrocarbons found in fossil fuels.

Hydrogen is not a natural gas in the traditional sense. Natural gas typically refers to a mixture of hydrocarbon gases, mainly methane (CH4), found deep beneath the Earth’s surface. While hydrogen can be produced from natural gas through a process called steam methane reforming, where methane is reacted with steam to produce hydrogen and carbon dioxide, the hydrogen itself is not considered natural gas.

However, hydrogen is classified as a clean or green gas when it is produced using renewable energy sources, such as electrolysis, where electricity from renewable sources is used to split water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen. This process does not produce carbon dioxide emissions and is considered environmentally friendly.

Hydrogen has gained significant attention as a potential alternative fuel because when it is used in fuel cells or combustion engines, it only produces water vapor as a byproduct, making it a zero-emission energy carrier. Its versatility and potential for use in various sectors, including transportation, industry, and energy storage, have positioned hydrogen as a promising candidate to help address global climate change and transition towards a more sustainable energy future.