LNG technology innovator LIQAL and station operator Drive Systems have announced plans to build a third LNG station together in Belgium.
Located in Londerzeel, the fully automated station will supply LNG and LCNG, as well as traditional fuel.
LIQAL will design, manufacture and deliver this project and Drive Systems will operate the station. The station is planned to be operational by April 2020.
With a storage capacity of 80,000 litres, this unmanned station uses patented technology to supply LNG and containers an LNG dispenser for LNG-powered trucks. It also has an advanced online monitoring and trending system, MID-certified LNG fuel dispenser with heated and purged nozzle docking bay, on-the-fly saturation, boil off gas management and LIQAL’s station KPI dashboard for clients.
The two companies continued commitment to expanding the LNG distribution network supports the need for accelerated decarbonisation in the transport sector and responds to society’s demand for greener solutions.
LIQAL’s Business Development Manager Joost Jansen said, “As frontrunners in LNG technology development, LIQAL delivers high performance refuelling stations for LNG and LCNG, with low total cost of ownership.”
“We are delighted to continue our collaboration with Drive Systems and reinforce our leading position in the Belgian market.”