Shell has opened two LNG stations in Poland, and plans three more by the end of the year

Shell Polska has launched LNG stations in Piotrków Trybunalski and Iłowa. It is the third and fourth point of Shell-LNG in Poland, and there are already 46 of them in all of Europe. Later this year, they will be joined by other stations: in Jędrzychowice, Gliwice and Września.


The station in Piotrków Trybunalski is located on the S8 route towards Warsaw, and the point in Iłowa near the A18 junction towards the border crossing with Germany. Both facilities hold 70 m3 of LNG – or 31.5 tons of gas, which means that around 150 trucks can be refueled, it said.

“We want to actively support our customers on their way to low-emission. Poland is the European leader in road transport, which is why we consider it a priority to strive for decarbonisation now. Moreover, the infrastructure we use today for LNG can be used tomorrow for bioLNG with little or no modification. In addition to LNG, we also invest in other areas. Our fleet customers can compensate CO2 emissions by purchasing carbon credits, and we have recently launched a hybrid Shell Card for electric and hybrid fleets, ”said Michał Niemiec, CRT sales manager at Shell Polska.

The Dutch-British concern Shell is the largest fuel company in the world. It has been present in Poland since 1992 and is the fourth largest operator of petrol stations – at the end of 2021, the company managed a network of 437 stations.

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