Elengy: first LNG truck loading at Fos Tonkin

Elengy, a unit of GDF Suez, said the Fos Tonkin terminal in France performed its first LNG truck loading on the 30th of September.

LNG truck loading service is available since the 5th of June at Elengy’s Fos Tonkin’s LNG terminal, which can handle up to 4 trucks a day.

The truck loading increasing capacity at Montoir-de-Bretagne (up to 8 trucks a day), combined with this first operation at Fos Tonkin, allows Elengy to carry on its development on retail LNG market,” the company said in a statement.


LNG World News Staff, October 3, 2014; Image: Elengy


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