The Directive 2014/94/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 October 2014 on the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure defines a common framework of measures for the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure in the European Union in order to minimize dependence on oil and to migrate the environmental impact of transport.
It sets out minimum requirements for the building-up of alternative fuels infrastructure, including LNG (liquefied natural gas). According to the Directive, a core network of refuelling points for LNG at maritime and inland ports should be available at least by the end of 2025 and 2030, respectively. Refuelling points for LNG include, inter alia, LNG terminals, tanks, mobile containers, bunker vessels and barges.
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25th LNG filling station opened in the Netherlands - A new LNG filling station opened on the A17, in the heart of logistics hotspot Roosendaal.
By pressing the start button, the alderman of Roosendaal René van Ginderen and director Gert van Overveld of Transport Van Overveld (TVO) officially opened the latest LNG filling station of the Netherlands, in Roosendaal.
Two new LNG filling locations were opened in the Netherlands
Two new LNG filling locations owned by Pitpoint.LNG were opened in the Netherlands on January 17th, 2018.
DCB Energy and PitPoint.LNG are joining forces to realize three new LNG refuelling locations
Recently Carola and Freddy Berkel and Jan Willem Drijver, on behalf of DCB Energy and PitPoint.LNG respectively, signed a contract for the realization of three LNG refuelling locations. The construction of these new installations at DCB Energy sites is the next step in PitPoint.LNG's strategy to develop a European LNG refuelling infrastructure.
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