From NGT News:

French electricity provider ENGIE has announced that between now and 2020, it will invest EUR 100 million in the setup of compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) stations for European fleets of trucks using natural gas and biogas.

In order to achieve this goal, ENGIE says it will have to continue its active involvement with customers committing to move to alternative fuels – notably, the truck manufacturers and the national and European authorities. The investment will cover the building of 30 CNG stations in France and nearly 70 LNG stations in several other European countries. ENGIE estimates that there are approximately 3,000 CNG and 75 LNG filling stations currently located across Europe.

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