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Semi-Public Access CNG Fueling Stations in the UK

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  • Semi-Public Access CNG Fueling Stations in the UK

    Even today, in the UK, CNG is not really an option. I've heard of Germans coming to the UK and see our CNG filling station map, left thinking they can just rock up for a fill. They fail. Sorry, you'll need an account with most, and those that are 24 hour are unmanned so require a key fob and an account. Those where a credit-card will do, are often 9-5 weekdays and require prior arrangement. For the seven locations we do have, check the link.
    Last edited by BritCNGUser; 07-08-2016, 02:05 PM.

  • #2
    Update on CNG stations in Europe. Although only accessed by appointment, at least the four stations in the United Kingdom are spaced only 60 miles apart. Nice country maps with hours, an address, phone number, and access type for each station.

    1041 Italy
    867 Germany
    235 Russia
    203 Ukraine
    167 Sweden
    165 austria
    155 Netherlands
    148 Czech Republic
    141 Switzerland
    112 Bulgaria
    73 Belgium
    53 France
    49 Spain
    44 Belarus
    26 Finland
    26 Poland
    19 Turkey
    18 Norway
    18 Serbia
    17 Moldova
    15 Denmark
    12 Greece
    11 Slovakia
    11 Hungary
    9 Portugal
    7 Estonia
    6 Luxembourg
    5 Iceland
    4 Great Britain


    • #3
      Convenience Store News 08/26/2019 - Circle K & Gas Networks Ireland Open First Public CNG Station in Ireland

      DUBLIN — Circle K teamed up with Gas Networks Ireland to open Ireland's first public CNG station.

      The CNG station is at Circle K's Dublin Port location. It has the capacity to fill 50 heavy goods vehicles a day and each fill takes no more than five minutes.

      The project was co-financed by Gas Networks Ireland and the European Union's Connecting Europe Facility as part of Gas Network Ireland's Causeway Project, according to a release from Gas Networks Ireland.

      This first station has allowed us to establish the criteria, in design, safety and permitting, for future stations. In all, a network of 150 public CNG stations are slated for Ireland in the coming years.