Cepsa and Redexis accelerate the deployment of CNG service stations in Spain

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The companies have started operating their fourth refueling station in the country and plan to open three more sites in the first half of 2021.


Cepsa and Redexis are accelerating the deployment of its network of natural gas vehicle (NGV) service stations in Spain as part of the strategic agreement signed in 2019.

The companies have started operating their fourth refueling station in the country and plan to open three more sites in the first half of 2021.

Located in Castillejo de Iniesta, Cuenca, the fourth installation will supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) for the transport of heavy goods vehicles. The new station is located on the A-3, the motorway connecting Madrid and Valencia, a strategic location for the transport of goods between the center of the peninsula and the Mediterranean region, with more than 5,000 heavy goods vehicles operating daily.

The next three stations to be launched will be located in some of the main national transport corridors; in particular, they will be located at Cepsa service stations in the provinces of Madrid, Jaén and Salamanca.

In addition to these stations, the two companies have NGV refueling facilities in Puerto Lumbreras, Mercazaragoza and Trujillo.

In 2019, Redexis and Cepsa agreed to create the largest network of LNG and CNG refueling stations in Spain. In this agreement, Redexis has committed to invest 60 million euros until 2023 to undertake the construction and maintenance of 80 service stations located in Cepsa service stations, which Cepsa will be in charge of supplying. and marketing.

Cepsa has an extensive network of over 1,500 service stations in Spain.

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