LIVE STORY LNG BUNKER STATION COLOGNE
The first LNG bunker station in Europe
PitPoint has opened Europe’s first shore-to-ship Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) bunker station for inland shipping at the Niehler Hafen in Cologne. The opening of this station represents a concrete step towards facilitating clean maritime transport. The new LNG bunker station is part of PitPoint.LNG’s plans to develop a European LNG infrastructure for heavy-duty transport by road and water and is co-financed by the European Union. The LNG bunker station is located in the Niehler Hafen in Cologne (Am Molenkopf 17).
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PitPoint opens Europe’s first permanent LNG bunker station
Read the press release here.
LNG tank has been filled with Liquefied Natural Gas for the first time
Construction goes according to plan!
Almost everything is in place!
LNG tank arrived in Cologne
The transport with the LNG tank arrived safely! The tank was installed immediately. Hats off to everyone who has contributed to this!
LNG tank is ready for transport
The 20 meters (!) LNG tank for the first LNG bunker station in Europe (in Cologne) is ready for transport! With the scheduled opening in september 2019, we’re taking an important step towards making LNG available to inland shipping as a clean fuel option.
CONSTRUCTION OF FIRST EUROPEAN LNG BUNKER STATION IN COLOGNE IN FULL SWING
The construction of Europe’s first permanent bunker station for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is in full swing. The LNG bunker station will be realised along the busiest waterway in Europe, the Rhine, in the port of Cologne (Am Molenkopf 17). With the scheduled opening in June 2019, initiator PitPoint.LNG is taking an important step towards making LNG available to inland shipping as a clean fuel option.
GREEN LIGHT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF EUROPE’S FIRST LNG BUNKERING STATION
PitPoint.LNG received the official permit for the construction of Europe’s first shore-to-ship bunkering station for liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the Port of Cologne. With this important milestone now in place, the civil engineering work can start for the LNG bunkering station, which is scheduled to be operational by the second quarter of 2019.