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Shell opens new LNG filling station in the Netherlands

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Shell has announced that it has opened its fifth LNG filling station for trucks. The station is located in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, and is located along the A2 motorway, which runs through Belgium, France and the Ruhr area of Germany. It is capable of providing fuel for up to 200 trucks per day.

Vos Logistics and Zandbergen Transport are amongst the station’s first customers. Shell claims that it will continue to construct more LNG filling stations in the Netherlands, and expand its network in Europe.

Lauran Wetemans, Shell’s General Manager Downstream LNG, noted that Shell was continuing to work with policymakers, customers and truck manufacturers, in order to develop the truck market. He added that the new LNG filling station in Eindhoven is an important step in helping to expand Europe’s network of stations.

Edited from press release by David Rowlands

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