Shell launches 37th LNG station in Germany


Energy giant Shell has commissioned its 37th liquefied natural gas (LNG) station in Germany to supply the transport sector near Frankfurt Airport.

Located in Florsheim, Raunheim, the station will add to Shell’s extensive LNG network. Having opened its first LNG site in Austria earlier this year, the company has revealed plans to progress in other European countries.

“With this location, we are closing an important gap in the network for the supply of LNG and, in the future, Bio-LNG along the main traffic routes for road haulage,” said Sönke Kleymann, Managing Director of euroShell Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG.

The company has also invested in the construction of a gas liquefaction plant at its Energy and Chemicals Park Rheinland, which will produce Bio-LNG once operational.

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