GDF SUEZ LNG records 1,000th Europe loading


GDF SUEZ LNG is celebrating after recording, on January 12th, its 1,000th LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) truck loading in Europe at the Elengy terminal of Montoir-de-Bretagne on the western coast of France.

The GDF SUEZ LNG truck loading activity started in 2013 in Europe and ramped up progressively to reach this 1,000th loading last week.

GDF SUEZ is operating LNG truck loadings in Europe from three terminals (Montoir-de-Bretagne and Fos Tonkin in France and Zeebrugge in Belgium) and from the Everett terminal in Boston, USA. The group intends to extend its loading activity to the Isle of Grain terminal in the UK, starting in the summer 2015.

Philip Olivier, CEO of GDF SUEZ LNG, said, “GDF SUEZ has been active in the LNG business since 1965 and is still today at the edge of innovation and new development in a growing market for LNG. Retail LNG, that includes LNG bunkering and LNG transported to off-grid customers, is today a very promising perspective for the LNG industry in Europe to the benefit of our customers and of the environment.”

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