Shell opens first Belgian LNG station


Shell has opened its first liquefied natural gas (LNG) station in Herstal, Liège, catering to trucks.

Located near the three-border at the E313, a key route for international road freight, the new station has a capacity of 3.5KT of LNG and can supply 150 trucks with LNG daily.

“LNG fuel is an important option for transport companies,” said Laurent Charlot, Shell Begium’s Commercial Director. “Shell is committed to thriving throughout the energy transition and LNG will play an increasing role in the energy mix.”

“We expect demand for LNG to grow and continue to work with truck manufacturers, customers and policymakers to promote the use of LNG as a cleaner-burning and more affordable transport fuel. The station in Herstal is an important step in the further expansion of our network of LNG stations in Europe.”

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