Belgium is at a crossroads in Europe in terms of gas supply options, as it is criss-crossed by major pipelines and has an LNG terminal at Zeebrugge.
The country is criss-crossed by major pipelines and has an LNG terminal at Zeebrugge. The phasing out of the Dutch
of the Dutch Slochteren gas fields in the Netherlands, scheduled for 2029, will not pose gas supply problems because there are sufficient alternative sources of gas in the world for transportation and thus distribution.
In Flanders, the 76 existing CNG stations are distributed as follows: 22 stations in the province of Antwerp, 17 stations in the province of West Flanders, 14 in East Flanders, 14 in Flemish Brabant and 9 in Limburg.
Another 20 new station projects in Flanders (6 in West Flanders, 7 in East Flanders, 3 in Flemish Brabant, 2 in the province of Antwerp and 2 in Limburg) will be in service soon.
In Wallonia, the 14 stations are located as follows: 10 stations are located in Hainaut, 2 in Walloon Brabant,
2 in the province of Namur and new stations are planned (5 in Hainaut, 2 in Walloon Brabant, 4 in Liège and 3 in Luxembourg).
The main operator of stations in Belgium is Dats24 (Colruyt), followed in order by Pitpoint (Total40),
Enora41 (a combination of G&V, Electrabel and Ideta), Q8 and GreenPoint Supplies (GPS).
There are currently 104 CNG filling stations open to the public in Belgium.