Total Introduces Natural Gas Fuel for Trucks and Transporters in France
Total officially inaugurated its first natural gas fueling station in Nantes, France. Total plans to open another 15 stations this year, followed by an additional 10 stations a year. The aim is to create a network of 110 outlets supplying natural gas fuel in France.
“As part of the energy transition, natural gas could become the fuel of the future for road transportation,” commented Momar Nguer, President, Total Marketing & Services. “We want to promote its development, especially for the truckers and transporters we serve.”
Total already has a network of 450 natural gas fueling stations worldwide. The Group markets CNG in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Egypt, Pakistan and now in France. It opened its first LNG fueling station in 2015, in Belgium, near the port of Antwerp.