‘Increasingly, operators are discovering biomethane is the only viable alternative for their fleets’

By James Westcott chief commercial officer at Gasrec.

To say that 2021 was a busy year for Gasrec would be something of an understatement. The last 12 months seem to have flashed by in the blink of an eye and yet so much has happened for the company, and the industry as a whole, as demand for bio-LNG and bio-CNG as a transport fuel continues to go from strength to strength.

Stronger government direction for the continued drive to reduce harmful tailpipe emissions has led an growing number of operators to search for alternatives to diesel. Increasingly, they are discovering that biomethane is the only viable alternative for their fleets.

The challenge for us now is to ensure the infrastructure is there to keep up with demand, as the sector continues to grow throughout 2022 and beyond. We are committed to our strategy of operating both large open-access refuelling sites and private facilities for customers, working closely with end-user operators as well as developers of new logistics parks to ensure infrastructure is rolled out as quickly as possible.

During the past year, we opened new customer...

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