German LNG fueling station operator Alternoil has signed a deal to supply bio-LNG to compatriot transportation company Steinbach.
Alternoil, a part of avanca, said in a statement the long-term supply contract for bio-LNG would come into force on January 1, 2024.
It said that Steinbach operates a modern fleet of more than 150 heavy-duty vehicles.
However, Alternoil did not provide any additional information regarding the deal.
With this deal, Alternoil’s customer portfolio continues to grow.
According to its website, Alternoil also recently signed a deal to supply LNG-powered trucks owned by Lithuanian transport firm Vlantana, and Italian transport firm Zambon.
In August, Alternoil started taking deliveries of bio-LNG from Sweden-based Biokraft, previously known as Scandinavian Biogas.
Last year, the two firms signed a bio-LNG supply deal worth about 250 million euros ($272 million).
Earlier this year, Alternoil also signed a deal to buy bio-LNG from Danish biogas producer GronGas.
Alternoil is also a partner in REEFUELERY’s bio-LNG plant in Burghaun which is expected to start operations next year.
The company supplies LNG and bio-LNG via a large network consisting of more than 50 LNG stations in Germany.