The capacity has been increased from 12 per day to 18 per day. The company claims that this increase was made possible by development work on the station and optimisation of the loading schedule.
LNG truck deliveries can help meet the requirements of off-grid industrial sites, filling stations for LNG as fuel for vehicles, and LNG bunkering of small vessels.
Elengy claims that, since the creation of its LNG truck stations in 2013, it has multiplied the loading capacity of its terminals by eight. The Fos Tonkin LNG terminal – located west of Marseille – has also increased its loading capacity by proposing 11 loads per day since 25 July.
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