Gasum eyes role in Scandinavian LNG for transport

With the number of LNG-fuelled heavy trucks in the Scandinavian Peninsula increasing, Gasum is planning to invest in the sector With the number of LNG-fuelled heavy trucks in the Scandinavian Peninsula increasing, Gasum is planning to invest in the sector.
By Silvia Favasuli 4 January 2018 0 28947
A Gasum gas filling station in Finland. A Gasum gas filling station in Finland. (Gasum Oy)

Finnish state-owned energy company Gasum is looking to become a significant player in the distribution of LNG for road transport in the Scandinavian Peninsula. The company has four LNG filling stations in Finland and is looking to extend its network to Norway and Sweden. Markus Olsson, chief executive at the company’s Swedish subsidiary, explained the rationale to Interfax Natural Gas Daily.  

Interfax Natural Gas Daily: How many LNG filling stations are you planning to build in Norway and Sweden?

Markus Olsson: We already have four LNG filling...

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