Two new natural gas stations open in southwestern and central Italy
Two new natural gas refueling stations have been inaugurated in Pomigliano d’Arco (Naples) and Anagni (Frosinone) strengthening the supply of CNG in Campania and Lazio, where are currently operating 117 and more than 80 natural gas and biomethane stations respectively. The facilities were developed by Snam4mobility in partnership with Energas, leading company in the distribution and sale of alternative fuels, and AmeGas (Energas Group).
The CNG stations are part of the expansion plan of natural gas and biomethane refueling infrastructure promoted by Snam4mobility, a company wholly owned by Snam. As part of the agreement, Snam4Mobility and EnerGas will also create eight new facilities in Lazio, Campania and Calabria.
The new openings are also part of the commitment of Snam4Mobility to provide integrated services for sustainable “smart green” natural gas and biomethane mobility.
To strengthen the distribution network, Snam4Mobility develops CNG and bio-CNG distribution infrastructure for cars and LNG and bio-LNG for heavy transport throughout Italy. Snam’s 2020-2024 strategic plan envisages the construction of 150 new natural gas and biomethane stations and the launch of the first hydrogen refueling stations.