Rolande, G&V Energy open another Belgium LNG station

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

Located in Habay in the Ardennes, the new station follows the opening of the first LNG station for the duo in Antwerp last August.

Additionally, the new site features two LNG pumps and has a capacity of 150 vehicles per day.

Rolande and G&V Energy are looking to create an LNG network in Belgium and the third site will follow next year.

Like the previous station in Antwerp, the new station in the south of Belgium, is part of the BIOLNG4EU project.

This project is 50% financed by the Connecting Europe Facility programme of the EU and aims to boost the further roll-out of (bio-)LNG in road transport.

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