There are three modes in CNGC’s downstream sector of urban natural gas supply: natural gas direct supply through pipeline, LNG point-to-point supply, and LNG fueling for LNG vehicles.

In the first supply mode, natural gas will be transported through pipeline to the distribution station at the edge of the city, and continued to be transported to users’ natural gas using equipment through urban medium-pressure and low-pressure pipelines. Meanwhile, users will install an intelligent gas meter, and purchase natural gas by prepaying for natural gas fee. This method can both fulfill the users’ needs and make natural gas supply more convenient and effective.

The second supply mode is LNG point-to-point supply. Before pipelines reach all the cities and users, CNGC will use LNG tank trucks to transport and transfer LNG into users’ ISO containers, storage tanks or cylinders; LNG will go through different vaporizing devices and be vaporized to natural gas; and at last, natural gas will be supplied to users’ equipment via low-pressure pipelines. As the urban pipeline network facilities gradually improve, the point-to-point supply facilities in an area will be removed once the pipeline network reaches the area. These facilities can be used again in the remote areas or cities that are not yet accessible for the pipeline network.
 
The third supply mode is using LNG fueling station to supply LNG to LNG vehicles that use LNG as an auto fuel, mainly being LNG heavy trucks and LNG tourist buses. LNG fueled vehicles are more energy-saving and environmentally friendly. Each LNG vehicle is typically equipped with two 450L storage tanks (capable of filling up to 170kg of LNG) and can travel 800-1,000km, able to realize round-trip travel within Cambodia in most cases. CNGC promises to the transportation companies that if necessary, fueling stations will be built inside their working yards to provide convenience and fulfil their needs.