Air Liquide opens LNG station in Duttlenheim, France

Air Liquide opens LNG station in Duttlenheim, France
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Air Liquide opened its third LNG-CNG fueling station for road transport in Duttlenheim, France on Tuesday. 

It follows two stations opened earlier, in Fleville-devant-Nancy in June, and in Lesquin earlier this month, the company said in its statement.

Air Liquide said in its statement that the facility is set up to serve road freight, and can refuel vehicles with compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas produced in part from biomethane.

The facility will be jointly operated by Air Liquide and Auchan Retail, and it will be open for all companies in the region.

The latest fueling station adds to the 48 CNG facilities operated by Air Liquide’s unit, FodronsGas.

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