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Public LNG station opens in Belgium

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Belgium’s first Shell LNG site has now opened.

Global infrastructure services firm AECOM delivered a range of multidisciplinary services over the past two years on behalf of Shell, including full project management and construction capabilities, throughout construction of the site.

The ‘new to industry’ site has been constructed in Herstal, Rue du Hermée. AECOM was awarded the EPCM contract for Shell Retail’s Capital Development Program in the Benelux in 2016. As a constructor of LNG stations, most recently in the Netherlands, AECOM oversaw activities ranging from civil design, permitting, tendering, and scheduling; to construction, commissioning, and testing of the LNG equipment. Following completion, AECOM is now responsible for management of maintenance of the LNG station.

Jay Lo-Fo-Wong, Operations Manager NTI-NTS (NL) – Future Fuels (BeLux) at AECOM said: “I’m incredibly proud to be part of the delivery of a unique asset to the Shell Belgium network, which is the result of joint effort and collaboration of Shell, AECOM, contractors and suppliers.”

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