Rolande, G&V Energy launch Belgium LNG station

Dutch LNG supplier Rolande and partner G&V Energy Group recently opened their first LNG filling station for trucks in Belgium.

The duo joined forces to create an LNG network in Belgium and plan to launch new stations in Habay and Waregem.

The first LNG station is located on the right bank of the Antwerp harbor.

The new station is part of the BIOLNG4EU project, which is 50% co-financed from the Connecting Europe Facility program.

The project is boosting the further roll-out of Bio-LNG in road transport through Europe.

The Antwerp station is the first of the planned stations.

As part of this project, Rolande will open four new Bio-LNG stations in the Netherlands and Belgium.

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