The desire to implement an LNG refueling infrastructure in Denmark that optimizes the energy efficiency of the environment and, at the same time, builds a bridge to the future use of sustainable green energy in the form of liquefied biogas is a stated purpose of the Government of Denmark. Despite the fact that LNG is a fossil fuel, its significant positive effects on the environment should not be underestimated.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts that global demand for LNG will grow in the world's total energy mix in the coming years, with a share of 25% by 2035, and being the only fossil fuel whose demand is growing in Denmark.
LNG refueling stations are widespread in Scandinavia and other parts of Europe, and are also part of the European Commission's proposal on the establishment of LNG refueling stations for buses, trucks and cars. However, this requires a widespread demand for LNG, which currently does not exist in Denmark but is growing and with it the network of filling stations that will offer Liquefied Natural Gas for road transport.