Service Stations in Norway with

LNG stations in Norway in

LNG stations in Norway in

The choice of transition to LNG as a fuel in Norwegian transport was motivated by both economic and ecological reasons. Above all, Norway is considered a leader in terms of the use of LNG as fuel, and the transition process is well advanced in this Nordic country. Furthermore, Norway is a country with abundant natural gas resources.

LNG provides substantial economic benefits and is considered a cost-effective fuel, as it is competitively priced in the long term compared to other fuels and generates lower operating and maintenance costs. For example, as of the end of 2019, the majority of LNG-fueled vessels around the world sail under the Norwegian flag.

The demand for liquefied natural gas in Norway is expected to increase in the near future. This, together with the fact that BioLNG is only distributed in Norwegian service stations, seems to indicate that the network of LNG refueling points will increase considerably in Next future

In Norway there are currently


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Map of Service Stations with LNG in Norway

GasumSkodjeMøre og Romsdal
 PorsgrunnVestfold og Telemark
 Kristiansand (west side)Agder
 ÅlesundMøre og Romsdal
 TønsbergVestfold og Telemark
 Stavanger / SandnesRogaland
 TromsøTroms og Finnmark
 LarvikVestfold og Telemark
 HarstadTroms og Finnmark
 MoldeMøre og Romsdal
 HortenVestfold og Telemark

List of LNG service stations in Norway

News about LNG service stations in Norway

May 17, 2018. More than 50 LNG gas stations in the Nordic region

Demand for cleaner fuel solutions is growing significantly in heavy transport, and energy company Gasum will focus even more on meeting this demand in the future. Gasum is investing in the construction of around 50 heavy vehicle gas filling stations in Finland, Sweden and Norway by the early 2020s. The investment will provide the Nordic countries with several times as many heavy vehicle gas filling stations as those they currently have, which will result in a significant reduction in emissions.

Heavy transport plays an important role in the logistics system of the Nordic countries and accounts for a significant proportion of road transport emissions. To meet national and international emissions targets, concrete solutions are needed that significantly reduce the current level of emissions from heavy transport. The most competitive low-emission fuel for this type of use is liquefied natural gas (LNG).

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