To meet the growing energy demand, all forms of energy are needed, including natural gas; by cooling it to -162 °C, LNG is formed.
Shell was an early pioneer in LNG and now has found a new application for LNG: in transport. Building on the GATE supply infrastructure in the Port of Rotterdam, Shell intends to build a supply network for trucks and barges in Northwest Europe.
The first European Shell LNG Station has now opened in Rotterdam Waalhaven. Together with launching partners SUEZ environnement NL (formerly SITA NL) and Volvo Trucks, Shell plans to put LNG as a truck fuel on the market.
Edited by Katie Woodward
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