Nordic energy company Gasum is expanding its LNG station network and will open four new stations this summer.

To be located in Ljungby, Helsingborg and Gothenburg in Sweden, and Lieto in Finland, the new stations are in response to the increased demand for cleaner road transport.

Together with other fuel retail operators, the number of LNG/LBG filling stations will total around 35 in the Nordics this summer.

Gasum’s extensive filling station network in the Nordics consists of around 100 stations that serve passenger cars, buses, trucks and other vehicles with gas.

“Despite the challenging conditions during the coronavirus pandemic, Gasum is still expanding the filling station network,” said Mikael Antonsson, Director, Traffic, Gasum Sweden.

“The demand for alternative fuels has grown at an incredible rate as companies pursue more environment-friendly and cost-effective transport solutions.”