Shell and the BioLNG EuroNet Consortium
The European LNG heavy-duty vehicle market is becoming increasingly dynamic, with sales continually rising and an ever-expanding range of models. For example, by 2030, the Natural bio Gas Vehicle Association (NGVA Europe) expects that 280,000 LNG trucks will be on the roads, representing at least 25% of the market share.1
This fleet of LNG trucks will require approximately 100 TWh fuel in 2030, with at least 40% being represented by bioLNG – growth that will need to be supported by the constant development of LNG infrastructure and stations across the world.2
Which is why Shell is part of the BioLNG EuroNet consortium – a collection of companies, including DISA, Scania, IVECO and Nordsol, working to put 2,000 more LNG-powered trucks on the roads, as well as building the LNG service stations and production facilities needed to support these journeys.
The BioLNG EuroNet project brings these major industry players together working to facilitate the mass scale adoption of LNG as a road fuel in Europe and help the EU meet its 2050 goal of a 60% reduction in CO2 emissions.
Find out more on https://biolngeuronet.eu/