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DNG Energy has pioneered bringing in and distributing LNG using an innovative virtual pipeline system for supply of gas within South Africa 

DNG has selected several strategic import ports i.e., Maputo, Coega, Mossel Bay and Saldanha Bay for operation.

LNG will arrive by FSU or FSRU then the product will be transferred, in liquid form, to ISO Containers or Road Tankers. The bulk of the product will be gasified and transferred to the end user via pipeline, where end users will receive product in two ways i.e., in liquid form via Road Tanker or ISO Containers or in gaseous form via pipelines

We will offer competitive pricing of LNG with ready to use facilities for storage, regasification and power generation to meet customer needs within key market segments. We guaranteed our customer peace of mind with reliable product supply and good quality product. In so doing we are contributing to the environmental, social, and economic benefits that come with the use of LNG which is designed to helping the country meet its targets in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, driving economic growth, and improving the lives of all citizens. 

DNG Energy is a one stop solution for gas power anywhere in South Africa with a capacity to supply LNG for industries with in-house power generating capacities from 1MW to 100MW. 

Our manufacturing plant is committed to sustainable practices pertaining to the environment and the economy. We are also committed to the manufacturing of quality products that comply with high levels of manufacturing standards set by the various accreditation organisations to ensure seamless delivery of LNG. 

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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).