CNG Fuels Building Five RNG Stations for 3,000 UK HGVs

| UK: Solihull | Source: CNG Fuels

CNG Fuels dispenser 2017 smCNG Fuels has commenced construction of two new public access renewable biomethane compressed natural gas (Bio-CNG) refuelling stations, two of five due to open in 2019 to cater for soaring demand from HGV operators switching from diesel, the company announced today. The company develops, owns, and operates CNG Refuelling infrastructure and sources 100% Renewable Biomethane (RNG) or Bio-CNG for its stations in the UK. Read more »

Elenger’s LNG Bunkering Vessel Commences Construction in China

| Estonia: Tallinn | Source: Eesti Gaas

Keel cutting for Elenger's LNG bunker vessel in ChinaThe Dutch shipbuilding company Damen has commenced construction of the body of Elenger’s LNG bunkering vessel with the keel laying ceremony at Yichang shipyard in China. The ship will be completed in one year and start operating in the Gulf of Finland in the second half of 2020. ‘Elenger’ is the new brand name for Eesti Gaas international operations in countries such as Finland and Latvia. Read more »

EU Funding Advances Hydrogen Power for Ferries

| Norway: Bergen | Source: Norled

Norled Hydrogen Ferry ConceptThe European innovation project Flagships has been awarded EUR 5 Million from the EU to support deploying two commercially operated zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell vessels in France and Norway. Norled AS, one of Norway’s largest ferry and express boat operators, is pleased to be part of this project that can lead to more hydrogen-powered ferries. Read more »

Gasum Opens Its First LNG Station in Sweden, More To Come

| Sweden: Västerås | Source: Gasum

LNG station by Gasum at VästeråsThe expansion of Finnish company Gasum’s fuelling infrastructure into Sweden has kicked off with the company’s first filling station offering liquefied natural gas and biogas, opened at the beginning of this week. Gasum says the number of filling stations is now set to greatly increase in Sweden in the coming year. Read more »

Lille Metro Adds 41 Scania Citywide to NGV Fleet

| France: Lille | Source: Scania

Scania_Citywide Bus CNG option

Scania has successfully tendered to supply 49 Citywide LF 18 metre Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses for public transportation in the French city of Lille. 28 vehicles will be delivered by the end of 2019. The contract is spread over four years, with a further 21 Citywide units to be delivered in that term. Read more »

Limpens Buys Volvo FH LNG trucks for Sustainable Operations

| The Netherlands: Elsloo | Source: Volvo

Limpens of Elsloo Volvo FH460 gas-powered fleetLimpens Elsloo, a Netherlands logistics operating servicing much of Western Europe, has purchased four Volvo FH 460 LNG 4×2 tractors, taking a step towards sustainable fleet operations. The trucks, supplied by Volvo Trucks dealer Nebim in Elsloo, Limburg, are used for international bulk and tank transport. Read more »

Looming 2020 Sulphur Cap Drives up WinGD Dual-fuel Engine Sales

| Switzerland: Winterthur | Source: Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd

WinGD RE-flex50DF engineWinterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) says a newbuild order spree of LNG carriers affirms the market leading position of its X-DF (dual-fuel) engines.  WinGD is reporting a very solid order intake for the first quarter of 2019 for their low-pressure, two-stroke engines which enable vessels to operate using Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as a marine fuel. Read more »

Scania LNG Truck and Fresh Vegetables Both Viable over 3000 kms

| Spain and Sweden | Source: Scania

Scania G410 CV LNG on route to StockholmNatural gas is a real, profitable and sustainable alternative to diesel. That is the obvious conclusion reached by Scania and market suppliers after artichokes and melons from Castellón travelled by refrigerated road transport to Stockholm onboard a Scania G 410 CV powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG). Not only viability of transportation by also 18 tons of viable vegetables! Read more »

Belgium CNG Stations Proliferate

| Belgium: Tournai | Source: gas.be

Enora CNG stationIt is four years since Enora, a company formed by ENGIE Electrabel, G&V Energy Group and the Picardy Wallonia Inter-Communal Development Agency (Ideta), inaugurated the first CNG service station in Wallonia, in the city of Tournai, home of Belgium’s heritage-listed Notre Dame Cathedral (12th century). Today, Wallonia has twenty five Compressed Natural Gas filling stations and more are planned as part of a rapidly expanding nation-wide network. Read more »

HAM Installs 3rd HAMikro RNG Refuelling Station in Lleida

| Spain: Lleida | Source: Grupo HAM

HAM Hamikro bio-cng station (2)HAM Group has designed, installed and commissioned its third HAMikro refueling station, which allows the refueling of biomethane (renewable natural gas) derived from the treatment of wastewater. The facility, owned by Aqualia, is located in the municipal water service facilities that the company has in Lleida, in Spain’s northeastern Catalonia region. Read more »