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Gasum extends its LNG refueling station network to Sweden and Norway

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Gasum will expand its LNG gas station network in Sweden and Norway in 2018. The refueling stations will be placed in key locations to service LNG-powered vehicles which are expected to continue to grow in popularity in the Nordic countries.

Gasum believes that LNG will become a major fuel. Indeed, already the LNG refueling network is rapidly expanding all over Europe, promoting the development of markets and infrastructure.

During the past year Gasum itself has opened LNG refueling stations in Helsinki, Turku and Jyväskylä, and by the end of November there will be another in Vantaa. Gasum is also involved in opening Tornio's new LNG import terminal.

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