Refueling the future
We are a refueling station operator and pioneer in the transformation process for clean heavy-duty transport and clean energy in industry. We are actively working to make alternative and clean fuels available.
With our work, we contribute to reducing harmful emissions. In doing so, we rely on our existing partner network with numerous fuel card acceptances and on our filling station infrastructure.
We pursue a holistic concept that includes the planning, construction, smooth operation, supply of LNG and maintenance of filling stations for renewable fuels and regasification plants.
Today our service team performed an LNG emergency refuelling at the Delmetal North rest area. ...
We make environmentally friendly and renewable fuels available nationwide for heavy goods vehicles.
Deep-freeze natural gas can already be filled at our petrol stations for renewable fuels.
This year, we will also be providing Bio-LNG fuel from biological waste processes, which is certified according to the European standard ISCC.
Liquefied Natural Gas is a cryogenic and liquefied natural gas with a very high energy density and consists mainly of methane (CH4).Compared to conventional diesel, LNG generates up to 25 per cent less CO2, up to 90 per cent fewer nitrogen oxides and low particulate emissions. LNG thus represents the future of mobility for heavy goods traffic.
LNG is a politically desired solution for sustainable and environmentally friendly mobility. Its technology is mature, immediately available and already established and proven in other countries.
In 2015, the German Energy Agency founded the LNG Taskforce together with the DVGW (German Technical and Scientific Association for Gas and Water) and Zukunft Erdgas. In addition to the LNG Taskforce, it also moderates and coordinates the Natural Gas Mobility Initiative.
It acts as the central and cross-sector contact for natural gas and renewable methane/biomethane. In order to achieve the climate targets for transport by 2030, and to increase the share of natural gas in the fuel mix to four per cent, the German Energy Agency is supporting the German government in achieving these goals.