HAM Group delivers to Novatek Green Energy, a subsidiary of Novatek PAO, its Liquefied Natural Gas refueling station, which has been designed, built and commissioned by company HAM Criogénica.

This LNG refueling station is located in Zgorzelec, Poland. It has a vertical tank of 80m3 and a two Liquefied Natural Gas dispenser, which allows refueling trucks and heavy vehicles, with a clean and respectful fuel with the environment, thanks to the reduction of CO2, nitrous oxides and fine particles. In addition, LNG allows significant savings of 30-50% compared to other less eco-friendly fuels. The design made by HAM Criogénica allows an easy enlargement of the gas station, with two more LNG dispensers.

The project has been possible thanks to Novatek Green Energy which is responsible for the sale of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) in European countries. Novatek Green Energy was set up in September 2009, whereas its distribution activity was commenced in 2010. The main goal of the Company is to provide the finest-quality gas for Customers in Poland, whilst guaranteeing the quality, safety and professional service. The Company has appropriate warehousing and logistics infrastructure, prepared for delivering gas to the Customers all over Poland.

HAM Criogénica, the company in charge of developing the project for the Novatek Green Energy service station in Poland, is a leader in the engineering sector, with extensive experience in the field of liquefied natural gas and with more than 300 projects carried out around the world, designing and building facilities for all types of industries and the naval sector.

HAM Group works in direct contact with clients, to offer them the best products and services related to natural gas, which are adapted to their real energy needs.

HAM Group has designed and built 25% of the LNG service stations currently exist in Europe, that can be enjoyed in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland and the UK.