Monday, 15 September 2014

Posted by BioMethER
No comments | Monday, September 15, 2014
It is the first station in France to offer both liquefied and compressed natural gas and will be located a few miles from the border between the Basque Country, Spain and France.

The Spanish multinational energy company will partner with the transport firm P. Mendy (who works at the same time with vehicle manufacturer Iveco) to exploit the fueling site. Once operational, the station will provide with fuel to eleven trucks a day, even though it has capacity to serve a hundred of them.

Read more at France’s first L-CNG station opens

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