DNG Smart Gas

What is DNG Smart Gas

DNG Smart Gas is a cheaper and cleaner alternative to the traditional fuels of diesel and petrol in the South African market and it is the first step in DNG Energy’s contribution to the nation’s sustainable development.

This fuel alternative will offer cleaner, safer, and lower fuel costs helping South Africa meet its targets in reducing greenhouse gas from production to use.


Smart Gas in Transport

Natural Gas can be used in the form of compressed natural gas (CNG) to fuel light vehicles and liquefied natural gas (LNG) to fuel trucks & buses. With up to 25% savings on fuel.

Smart Gas in Industrial

DNG Smart Gas (LNG) is used in several applications with maximum efficiency & less emission in the manufacturing process such as industrial and commercial boilers, and furnaces.

Smart Gas in Power Generation

DNG Smart Gas provides gas-to-power solutions responding to SA’s energy needs. We supply Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) which is a secure, cleaner and stable alternative energy.

DNG LNG Transportation

LNG is transported in Vacuum Insulated Vessels i.e., Articulated Road tankers, Rigid Road Tankers, or ISO Containers. Road transportation in Liquid form is more cost effective and safe, at DNG we are geared to provide specialized handling and equipment required for road transportation.

DNG Virtual Pipeline 

The virtual pipeline system is a substitute for a physical pipeline whereby gas that would typically be conveyed through a conventional gas pipeline is instead transported as LNG to the point of use by sea, road, rail or a via a combination of one or more of these transport modes. 

DNG Energy has brought the first LNG fuelled trucks into South Africa to distribute LNG to our customers in all parts of the country.

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Lindo Mbalati

Executive Director

Lindokuhle Mbalati currently serves as an executive director at DNG Energy Ltd. A qualified tax advisor, Lindokuhle oversees DNG Energy’s finances. She cut her teeth in financial accounting at Netcare where she was responsible for compliance and tax. Prior to that, she worked in Global Compliance and Reporting (GCR) at Ernst & Young. Lindokuhle has a keen interest in development and has plied her skills as a lecturer in taxation at Varsity College, Sandton.

Lindokuhle is a graduate of the University of Pretoria where she completed her Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Management Sciences and Honours in Taxation. She is a member of the South African Institute of Tax (SAIT).