Rolande has opened a new bio-LNG filling station in Himmelkron, in Bavaria. Featuring two pumps, it is located directly on the A9 interstate highway between Munich and Berlin, also a key north-south route running from Scandinavia to the Mediterranean Sea. Germany’s network of bio-LNG stations currently comprises 157 public facilities.
The 2,900 square meter Flogas station will be located in St Margarets in North County Dublin, just off the M50, and is expected to open in April 2024. It will be Ireland’s first dedicated bio-CNG station supporting Irish business to decarbonize their commercial transport fleets with clean and sustainable biomethane.
ReFuels has commenced construction of a new refueling facility at Doncaster in South Yorkshire, one of the UK’s largest logistic hubs. The public access bio-CNG station operated by ReFuels under the CNG Fuels brand puts 90% of the UK’s population and four of the country’s largest ports within a 4-5-hour reach of the station.
Brazil: L’Oréal announces the construction of the first dedicated biomethane station in Latin America
The L’Oréal Group in Brazil signed a contract with Gás Verde for the delivery of 3.6 million cubic meters of biomethane, which will be used to supply 100% of the company’s dedicated fleet. The new facility will be located next to the Gaia Distribution Center, the second largest of the Group in Latin America.
United States: Clean Energy’s new facility will supply renewable natural gas to heavy trucks in Baltimore
The new facility is strategically located near the Pulaski Industrial Area and provides heavy-duty truck fleets access to a low carbon, sustainable fuel in the busy east coast trucking corridor. It includes four fast-fill dispensers for easy in-and-out fueling of biomethane; private time-fill hoses for up to 156 trucks,
Gas Networks Ireland and Virginia International Logistics have taken another step forward in reducing emissions from local transport industry – one of the most difficult sectors to decarbonize – with the opening of Ireland’s eighth CNG and bio-CNG station. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was attended by the Minister Heather Humphreys.
This is the 13th public access bio-CNG station operated by ReFuels in the UK under the CNG Fuels brand. It features 12 fuel pump islands, allowing more than 500 trucks to be refueled per day with a total capacity of 25 million kilograms of bio-CNG annually. It is located in Parc Bryn Cegin, just off Junction 11, North Wales Expressway
Under the brand “Master Gas”, the project was carried out by TAQA Dalbit, a joint venture between TAQA Arabia and JCG Oil & Gas, with the focus of investing, developing, building and operating service stations and workshops to convert and refuel cars with natural gas. The new facility will be able to serve up to 800 vehicles daily.
With the aim of reducing times and costs for companies, the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism reported that the import procedures for cylinders for the storage of CNG were incorporated into the Single Window for Foreign Trade (VUCE as its Spanish acronym), a ministry’s foreign trade facilitation tool.
Gasum has opened it newest natural gas station in Keminmaa, Finland. Located in the new Rajakangas industrial park that’s under construction, this is also the first NGV station in Finnish Lapland and Gasum’s second northernmost filling station. In addition to LNG, it offers renewable CNG.