Up to 80% CO2 savings, which improves air quality
Bio-LNG is the sustainable alternative to LNG (liquefied natural gas). Bio-LNG is mainly used for trucks and coaches that need to travel longer distances and for shipping. An LNG vehicle reduces CO2 emissions by up to 80% compared to diesel.
At present, OG does not sell any Bio-LNG itself. However, this will always be sourced or produced as locally as possible.
CLEAN AND SAFE DRIVING
Bio-LNG is a clean fuel that can reduce CO2 by up to 80% compared to diesel. Driving on Bio-LNG gives you a good range.
There are LNG trucks that can cover 1500 kilometers on 1 tank. The time to refill is no longer than that of fossil fuels.
An LBG/LNG vehicle meets high safety requirements. A tank filled with Bio-LNG does not contain any oxygen. This is done to prevent any possibility of explosion and ignition.
A litre of LNG is cheaper than a litre of diesel. It can also save trucks a lot of money in Germany, where LNG trucks do not have to pay maut (German road tax)! These trucks are also 50% quieter, which means that you can load and unload outside time windows. More and more clients are asking for clean transport, and by driving on LBG, you can lay claim to these new contracts.
The purchase of an LBG truck is more expensive. Depending on the number of kilometres driven and the above-mentioned advantages, the extra investment can easily be earned back. You can even save money by driving on Bio-LNG.
Refilling LNG is quite different from what you are used to. The drivers are required to follow a refueling instruction first. The drivers are required to follow a refilling instruction first. From the opening of the first filling stations, OG offers instruction on how to operate them.
There are currently little to no suppliers of Bio-LNG. However, several LNG suppliers have indicated that they intend to sell Bio-LNG in the near future. You can fill up both Bio-LNG and LNG with the same truck. You can currently find the network of LNG filling stations via the LNG Platform.
The infrastructure is also improving in the surrounding countries. As a result, more and more transporters are opting for LNG/LBG. For all refueling locations abroad, please click here.
There are many different suppliers of well-known brands supplying LNG/Bio-LNG trucks and coaches.
There are possibilities to have your truck converted. An additional tank is then installed so that you can run on dual fuel (i.e. diesel and Bio-LNG). Incidentally, not many people choose this option because sufficient suppliers now supply LNG-powered vehicles ex-factory. The advantage being gained from driving on Bio-LNG lies mainly in the fuel costs.
The advantage is the greatest when driving a factory-built Bio-LNG truck. Bio-LNG is not a common fuel for passenger cars and vans.
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