June 18, 2021. Cepsa and Redexis have launched their fourth natural gas vehicles (NGV) refueling station, located in Castillejo de Iniesta. This inauguration is part of the strategic agreement by which both companies undertook to create the largest network of NGV dispensing points in Spain.
Redexis has invested around 700,000 euros to carry out the construction of this facility, which supplies liquefied natural gas (LNG) for heavy transportation.
The facility is located on the A-3, the highway that connects Madrid and Valencia, at the height of the municipality of Castillejo de Iniesta, a strategic location for the transport of goods between the center of the peninsula and the Mediterranean area through which more than 5,000 heavy vehicles circulate daily.
In addition to this new station, both companies have NGV refueling facilities in Puerto Lumbreras (A-7), Mercazaragoza (A-2) and Trujillo (A-5); and, during the month of July, they plan to launch another three more in some of the main national transport corridors; Specifically, they will be located at Cepsa outlets in the provinces of Madrid (A-4), Jaén (A-4) and Salamanca (A-62).
Redexis and Cepsa agreed to create the largest network of LNG and CNG refueling stations in Spain, with the aim of expanding the supply of energy solutions and promoting sustainable mobility. In this agreement, Redexis undertook to make an investment of 60 million euros until 2023 to undertake the construction and maintenance of 80 facilities located at Cepsa stations, which will be supplied and sold by Cepsa.