Elengy is contributing to the rapid development of new LNG uses and the implementation of the energy transition. Via our LNG tanker truck loading service, we now offer access to LNG for customers not connected to the transmission grid. A particularly economical and eco-friendly fuel for industrial plants, road transport, ships and other types of vehicles.
At Montoir-de-Bretagne and Fos sur Mer
At its Montoir-de-Bretagne (from July 2013) and Fos Tonkin (from June 2014) facilities, Elengy offers its customers (energy suppliers) the option of loading up road tankers with LNG for transportation to its point of use. This LNG is therefore destined to supply industrial users or LNG fuel distribution stations for vehicles or ships. It thus offers an economic solution to new environmental requirements. With this new service, Elengy is promoting the increased use of LNG in France and Europe as a fuel of the future or as an economical and eco-friendly fuelling solution for industrial sites not connected to the natural gas transmission and distribution grid.
LNG TRUCK LOADING SERVICE
Today, Elengy offers a range of solutions for the flourishing market in LNG fuel, and more generally road-transported LNG.
As part of this offer, an LNG loading service for LNG trucks and ISO containers is available at Montoir-de-Bretagne since July 2013 and at Fos sur Mer since June 2014. This service is provided using existing facilities, which enables up to 12 000 loadings per year for both LNG terminals, and this capacity will double in 2019 thanks to the commissioning of the new station at Fos Cavaou LNG terminal (Fosmax LNG)..
Facing the strong increase in subscriptions from clients, Elengy continuously develop its truck loading service to adapt the stations to the growing needs of the market. Capacity has been doubled at Fos sur Mer and tripled at Montoir-de-Bretagne since the commercial introduction of the service. This development, subsidized by European Union, and the improvement of the two stations allowed Elengy to load almost 4 000 trucks in 2017 and close to 6 000 in 2018.
Finally, we would like to ask you to share with us your vision of the road-transported LNG and LNG fuel market and tell us about your potential needs at the Fos sur Mer and Montoir-de-Bretagne terminals.