Liqvis Germany Orders Two Cryonorm LNG Fueling Stations

| Netherlands, Alphen aan den Rijn

Cryonorm of Netherlands to build two LNG stationsCryonorm Systems BV, a Netherlands-based developer of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) infrastructure, has received an order from Liqvis Germany, a subsidiary of Uniper, to install two public LNG Fueling Stations in Germany.

The order consists of turnkey supplied public LNG Fueling Stations, fully shop pre-fabricated and transportable design are key factors in favor of the latest developed systems.

Each station is provided with dual dispensers and could refuel up to 100 vehicles per day. The stations are equipped with the proven Cryonorm saturation on the fly unit and data transfer module based on GSM 3/4G Ethernet in order to access the control system from remote.

Cryonorm Systems will engineer, fabricate and install the stations. “This is a milestone for both companies” says Jos Glorie, business development director at Cryonorm Systems.

The company is a leading supplier of turn-key small and mid-scale LNG Systems, which are developed to customer requirements and will meet the international standards as well as the applicable regulations.

As a subsidiary of the international energy company Uniper, Liqvis is building a demand-driven infrastructure for LNG in commercial transport. Liqvis opened the first LNG fueling station in Germany at Ulm in June 2016.


Source: Cryonorm BV

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