Refilling Stations in Ireland
LPG Stations in Ireland in
Ireland has become a pioneer in the use of BioGLP, the first renewable gas available for transport on the island of Ireland. the island of Ireland. BioGLP is identical in appearance, performance and application to conventional LPG, but is manufactured from a blend of sustainably sourced renewable vegetable oils and waste materials. Biogas is transported and stored in the same bulk tanks and used in the same boilers and appliances as Autogas.
The transition from LPG to BioLPG is going completely smoothly, in the same way that a company switching from electricity to BioLPG is going smoothly. as a company switching from coal-fired electricity to that derived from green energy.
Already, several service stations in Ireland are offering BioGLP to motorists, although motorists are not noticing any difference.
There are currently 131 filling stations in Ireland offering LPG for sale to the public, a network that reaches every corner of the Emerald Isle.
Map of LPG filling stations in Ireland
List of LPG stations in Ireland
|BP||LPG Filling Station||Shankill Rd||Belfast||Antrim|
|BP||Somerset Autogas Filling Station||335 Dunhill Rd||Coleraine||Derry|
|ESSO||LPG Service Station||99 Irvinstown Rd||Enniskillen||Fermanagh|
|ESSO||Flanagan Motors Esso Service Station||Dublin Road||Dundalk||Louth|
|ESSO||Heffernan Esso Service Station||O' Moore Street||Tullamore||Offaly|
|JET||Castle Autogas Service Station||36 Castle St||Ballycastle||Antrim|
|JET||Jet Speedline||Kennedy Way||Belfast||Antrim|
|MAXOL||Maxol Service Station Castletroy||Dublin Road||Limerick||Limerick|
|MAXOL||Maxol Filling Station||Dublin Bridge||Mullingar||Westmeath|
|SHELL||James Bradley Service Station||Fahan||Buncrana||Donegal|
|SIRIO||Top Oil||Ballyhooly Road||Ballyvolane||Cork|
|SPAR||Spar Cherryhill||756 Upper Newtownards Rd||Dundonald||Antrim|
|SPAR||Portadown - Spar||14 Loughgall Rd||Portadown||Armagh|
|TEXACO||Mor Oil Ltd.||Atalia Road||Oranmore||Galway|
|TEXACO||Texaco Service Station||Cork Road||Waterford||Waterford|
News about LPG filling stations in Ireland
August 7, 2012. How the brand ambition was the fuel of success
They are one of the most successful families, although low profile, in the business of Ireland of the North. And a new book on the history of the bottled gas supplier Gas in Ireland highlights the role of the McMullan - now better known by the Maxol gasoline retailer - when taking the wonders of the Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) to the homes of the north and southern.
Maxol uses 55 people and lends its name to 214 gas stations, of which 100 are own and franchisees. More than 70 years ago, they had 17 gas stations in full Ireland, but in 1937 they captured a new trend in terms of fuel and became the only Irish gas heat agents.
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Why should you be interested in LPG?
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