Westfalen Group switches to Bio-LNG for climate-friendly heavy-duty transport


Germany-based technology company in the energy sector Westfalen Group (Westfalen) has announced that Bio-liquefied natural gas (LNG) will replace its fossil counterpart at its four Westfalen LNG filling stations in Münster, Herford, Herne and Cologne.

Produced from upgraded and liquefied biogas, Bio-LNG could support Europe’s journey towards sustainable mobility.

Compared to diesel, fossil LNG can save around 20% of CO2 emissions in heavy-duty transport, whereas Bio-LNG enables savings of up to 100%, according to Andre Stracke, Head of Mobility at Westfalen.

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