HAM Group opens its first LNG station in Murcia

HAM Group opens its first LNG station in Murcia

The Gas Station allows refueling heavy vehicles

HAM Group opens its first liquefied natural gas (LNG) service station in Murcia, located on Highway N-344, km7, 30565, Las Torres de Cotilla (38.032651, -1.236596). Its location on the N-344, national road that connects Almeria with Valencia, by Jumilla and Yecla, is just 5 minutes from the A-7, also known as the Mediterranean motorway, which connects the Mediterranean coast from Algeciras to Barcelona, passing through strategic points of road transport such as Malaga, Alicante, Castellón, Tarragona ...

The gas station HAM Murcia GNL is a modern mobile refueling station, with a 59m3 tank, which allows the supply of liquefied natural gas to heavy vehicles. Customers can access the mobile station 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, using any card credit or debit, or using the HAM card for professionals, in the case of companies and freelancers.

Currently HAM has several mobile service stations (HAM Sevilla GNC-GNL, Riba-roja de Túria GNL...), distributed in different points of the state geography, thus allowing access to compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas, in locations where customers do not have easy access to an alternative, clean, sustainable and environmentally friendly fuel, thanks to a 95% reduction in the emission of fine particles, 35% in the emission of nitrogen oxides and 15% the of CO2. In addition, LNG allows our customers to save between 30-50%, thanks to the difference in prices between liquefied natural gas compared to other more polluting fuels.

With the opening of the HAM Murcia GNL mobile station, HAM Group currently has a network of 37 service stations, distributed in strategic points of the state and European geography. We continue to work daily to expand our gas station network, with the aim of offering our customers a real alternative to the most polluting fuels, always under the highest standards of quality, safety and respect for the environment.