Snam4Mobility, OG to develop bio-LCNG fuelling station in Germany

Snam4Mobility and OrangeGas (OG), a Dutch owner and operator of sustainable fuel service stations, have agreed to develop a new bio-LCNG (bio-LNG and bio-CNG) fuelling station in Germany.

The agreement forms part of a larger cooperation project between the two companies in the sustainable mobility field. The station will be built in Paderborn, North Rhine-Westphalia, by Snam4Mobility, a subsidiary of Italian energy infrastructure group Snam, by the end of the year. It will be operated by OG within its network of service stations, and will provide both liquefied and compressed biomethane to power light- and heavy-duty vehicles.

“The cooperation with Snam4Mobility is a great step forward to further expand our bio-LNG and bio-CNG network in Germany,” said Wijtze Bakker, head network development Europe at OG.

“The experience that Snam4Mobility has in Italy makes them the ideal partner to further expand our international clean refuelling network and fits perfectly with our ambition to be the largest independent clean fuel retailer in Europe. Four new bio-LCNG stations will be opened in Germany this year, with the aim of opening a total of 20 stations in the next three years.”

Construction of the new German bio-LCNG stations will help to create an OG network of clean fuel stations in Germany, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and enable international transport to become even greener. OG offers 100% bio-CNG at all its CNG stations. From the start of 2023, OG will only offer 100% bio-LNG at its stations as well.

Alessio Torelli, CEO of Snam4Mobility, commented: “With this agreement, we are launching an important partnership to help decarbonise light and heavy transports in Germany, by leveraging our expertise in building and managing refuelling stations and combining our strengths with those of OG along the biomethane value chain.”

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