Russia: Gazprom First Cryogenic Fuel Service Station

Russia: Gazprom First Cryogenic Fuel Service Station

Gazprom has commenced construction of the first cryogenic fuel station on the new Moscow – St. Petersburg highway, which will be used primarily for fueling heavy duty trucks with LNG.

As part of the cooperation with Avtodor, Gazprom is constructing NGV refueling infrastructure along the M-11 highway (part of the North – South and Europe – China international transit routes), with a total of six cryogenic fuel stations to be built there.

Vitaly Markelov, Deputy Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee, said, “The conversion of trucks to natural gas will help improve the environmental situation in transit cities and towns and cut down shipping costs due to fuel savings. Creating state-of-the-art gas fuel facilities on the Russian part of the Europe – China transit route is a crucial task that Gazprom is focused on today.” PWKD03102018

Last modified onTuesday, 02 October 2018 12:17
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