LNG Network Expansion Update

The LNG Retail stations that are part of this project will form part of a pan-European network and be built in Belgium, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Poland and Spain. The stations will be located approximately every 300-400 km along core road network corridors from Spain to eastern Poland.

In May 2018 Shell opened its first Belgium LNG station for trucks in Herstal and in November 2018 its first German LNG station in Hamburg. This complimented seven existing Shell sites in The Netherlands (Rotterdam, Waalwijk, Amsterdam, Pijnacker, Waddinxveen, Eindhoven and Heerenveen).

In 2019 Shell opened three CEF sites: two in Belgium (Rekken and Antwerpen) and one in Germany (Lehre).

In 2020, we could further progress our network development. In the last few weeks we opened a couple of strategic LNG sites in Spain, Poland, France and Germany, creating a long-awaited blue corridor across the Europe and strongly differentiating our offer on the market. We have currently 25 Shell LNG branded sites, 11 of them co-funded by the European Union: 4 in Belgium, 4 in Germany, 1 in France, 1 in Poland and 1 in Spain.

Stay updated and visit our map for the latest on Shell and Third-Parties LNG station network expansion here.

Meer (Belgium)

Now open and operational

Gent (Belgium)

Now open and in operation

Rekkem (Belgium)

Now open and operational

Antwerp (Belgium)

Now open and operational

Lehre (Germany)

Now open and operational

Lyon Mionnay (France)

1st French LNG Station: now open and operational

Wroclaw (Poland)

1st Polish LNG station: now open and operational

Azuqueca (Spain)

1st Spanish LNG station– Now open and operational (press release)