In Europe, the demand for biomethane, both compressed (bio-CNG) and liquefied (Bio-LNG) is increasing. As a result, the existing refuelling network is also developing, with about a forth of the existing CNG and LNG stations for the distribution of biomethane already operational and 17% of gas vehicles already powered with this renewable and sustainable fuel! On this basis, the 2030 projections are also very positive: the use of biomethane in the transport sector is in fact expected to reach 12 billion cubic metres, or 40% of the volume of fuel consumed by gas vehicles, with a reduction in CO2 emissions equal to 55%. All data on the development of the biomethane sector for transport in Europe is available in this new and very interesting Web Talk.
This Web Talk was published at biogaschannel.com on 18 February 2021 and is also available on YouTube.