Shell is the largest independent producer of liquid natural gas (LNG) in the world, present at each stage of the process: from searching for gas fields to distribution. We are proud to offer our clients an ever-expanding network of LNG filling stations.
This Spring Shell opened two new LNG stations in France – LNG Bonneville Nord and LNG Sommesous A26. With these new additions, France now has 6 LNG stations. Shell entered a new market as well, opening its first LNG filling station in Hungary.Today there are 65 Shell LNG stations across Europe and more are yet to come.
The LNG network expansion brings the progress out into the world. Yet the change starts from within. For transport industry to transition to cleaner energy, it is crucial to share knowledge about alternative fuels.
Shell is determined to spread information about sustainable energy. Its leaders often take part in conferences and panel discussions to promote strategies for commercial road transport decarbonisation. We are glad that Shell’s representatives participate in Lithuania’s biggest transport event – Transport Innovation Forum and speak on how to make commercial road transport greener.
Not only do Shell’s leaders participate in public discussion on sustainability, but also initiate it. This summer Shell CRT Vice President Thomas de Boer, who was a keynote speaker in last year’s Transport Innovation Forum, greeted clients in a BioLNG Plant Visit at the Shell Energy and Chemicals Park Rheinland. During the event our clients had the chance to take a closer look into the plant‘s work and find out how Shell will bring BioLNG to the German market as well as how Shell and IVECO can contribute to the decarbonisation of heavy-duty transport. After the excursion participants and the organisers had time to discuss greener alternatives in transport sector over a dinner, hosted by Th. de Boer.
We invite you to get to know more about the Shell LNG and BioLNG and move towards sustainability together.