HAM has opened a new gas station in Zaragoza, in the town of Alfajarín, for the supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) to trucks and vehicles. Located in the El Saco Industrial Park, N-II kilometer 341, it occupies a strategic point within the national geography for the refueling of vehicles that travel between Madrid and France, passing through Guadalajara, Zaragoza, Lleida, Barcelona and Girona.
This service station has a double liquefied natural gas (LNG) pump for trucks and a double compressed natural gas (CNG) pump for trucks and light vehicles. The innovative dual-fuel system of LNG and CNG, designed and manufactured by HAM, allows refueling of two LNG vehicles from a single pump.
The gas station in Alfajarín joins the 22 stations currently operated by HAM, confirming the company’s commitment to the environment, betting on promoting LNG and CNG as an alternative, clean and sustainable fuel. Using natural gas fuel reduces nitrogen oxide emissions and eliminates fine particles and sulfur oxides, improving the quality of the air and reducing the negative impact on the environment. In addition, the use of natural gas is cheaper and saves between 30-50% compared to the use of fossil fuels derived from oil.
The Ham Group, which built the first LNG station on the Iberian Peninsula, says it is currently the company with the most experience in Europe in the vehicular LNG sector and which commercializes a greater volume of liquefied natural gas for vehicular use. As such, it has become a reference for other companies in the sector.
HAM, a member of NGVA Europe, continues working to expand and strengthen the structure of current service stations, with the intention of continuing to open new LNG and CNG refueling points in the main cities of Spain.
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