Total Nederland and PitPoint.LNG have started the construction of a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) refueling station in the Netherlands, aimed to begin operations in December, Kallanish Energy reports.
The Dutch firms have a collaboration agreement, under which PitPoint.LNG seeks to expand its international presence in clean fuels through Total’s stations network. The integration will help Total achieve its climate commitments, offering customers a range of LNG, compressed natural gas, biomethane, hydrogen and electricity.
The new station will be located in the new A1 business park in Deventer, in the Netherlands. The facility will initially offer LNG (two pumps), diesel and Adblue. However, there’s scope for hydrogen to be offered “in the future.”
“The transportation sector really needs to become cleaner. We see LNG as the right transition fuel for heavy road transport and it can be used now to start reducing CO2 emissions,” said Marja Versleijen, director of Mobility & New Energies at Total Nederland.
“We’re proud that – together with PitPoint.LNG – we will soon be able to offer cleaner fuel for road transport ourselves as well. That’s how we can build a cleaner future for everyone”, she added.
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