The Road Tanker Loading Facility (RTLF) at Grain LNG achieves a new record for LNG truck fueling in March, driven by an increase in LNG-fueled trucks on the road and the opening of more LNG truck fueling stations.
The Road Tanker Loading Facility (RTLF) at Grain LNG has set a new record for the month of March, with 369 loads, surpassing its previous record of 319. According to customer feedback, the increase in liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuelled trucks on the road and the opening of more LNG truck fuelling stations are the main reasons for this achievement.
As more companies look for environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternatives to diesel fuel, LNG is gaining popularity in the trucking industry. The use of LNG not only reduces carbon emissions but also helps companies save money on fuel costs. This has resulted in an increase in the number of LNG fuelled trucks on the road.
The opening of more LNG truck fuelling stations is another factor contributing to the success of the LNG trucking industry. The increase in the number of fuelling stations has made it more convenient for LNG truck drivers to refuel their vehicles, allowing for more efficient transportation of goods.
The RTLF plays a crucial role in the transportation of goods, and the record month is a positive indication of the success of the LNG trucking industry. As more companies continue to transition to LNG, we can expect to see more records broken in the future.