Total Nederland and PitPoint.LNG have started construction of a new multiple-energy truck station at the new A1 business park in Deventer, the Netherlands.
Alongside the traditional fuels on offer, this multiple-energy station will be equipped with LNG. This forms part of Total's objective to grow in low carbon solutions to help its customers reduce their CO2 emissions.
The multiple-energy truck station, planned to be operational December 2020, will be built on the grounds of the brand-new A1 business park in Deventer. This is an advantageous location for road transportation in the Netherlands and cross-border transport heading to Germany.
The multiple-energy station will include two LNG-pumps, allowing trucks to fill up at the same time.
The new LNG station of PitPoint.LNG will be the first LNG station at a Total station in the Netherlands. As part of Total's new multiple-energy station where LNG, diesel and AdBlue® will be offered, the design of the station is also leaving room for the potential of dispensing hydrogen in the future.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/09092020/new-station-to-include-lng-pumps/
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