The Basic Difference Between CNG and LPG is that CNG stands for compressed natural gas and is domestically available, economical, clean-burning, the alternating fuel source for vehicles while LPG stands for Liquified Petroleum Gas and is a hydrocarbon fuel, lighter than petroleum can be used an as an automotive fuel.
Difference Between CNG and LPG in Tabular Form
|CNG Stands for compressed natural gas.
|LPG stands for Liquified Petroleum Gas.
|CNG fuel is in the gaseous state.
|Fuel is in the liquid state.
|Common characteristics are: domestically available, the alternating fuel source for vehicles, clean in burning.
|Common characteristics are: lighter than petroleum, can be used for automotive fuel.
|bulkier and heavier storage tanks are used for CNG.
|relatively, smaller, and lighter storage tanks are used in LPG.
|The running cost is lower than LPG.
|The running cost is higher than CNG.
|limited public availability.
|present in extensive availability.
|lesser tune-ups required.
|It is more refined.
|Less power Delivery.
|High power delivery.