Shell intends to double its LNG filling infrastructure in Europe this year

Shell intends to double its European retail infrastructure for the supply of LNG from the company’s current 27 branded stations to over 50 sites by the end of 2021.

March 22, 2021. Shell intends to double its European retail infrastructure for the supply of liquified natural gas (LNG) from the company’s current 27 branded stations to over 50 sites by the end of 2021, told Shell’s Business Development Manager for LNG France, Michael Littière, to Gaz-Mobilité.fr.

For 2025, Shell will ramp up its gas filling deployment plans with the ambition to operate more than 100 LNG filling stations across Europe.

With 9 stations planned for 2021, Germany will be Shell’s main target for the rolling out of LNG retail infrastructure.

Following the deployment of its first LNG station in France at the end of 2020, Shell is stepping up its deployment and targets 7 new stations in the country by the end of 2022.

Shell’s current own-branded LNG filling station network comprises Germany (10 operations sites), The Netherlands (7), Belgium (6), Spain (1), France (1), Poland (1), and Turkey (1). In addition, Shell card is accepted in 68 third-party NGV stations through partnerships with Air Liquide, Romac Fuels, Avia, and Rolande.

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