5 environmental, construction and operating permits obtained, sites prepared, equipment purchased, LNG infrastructure installed resulting in 5 new LNG pilot fuelling stations in Bordeaux, Metz, Weil am Rhein, Mannheim and one further location to be decided at the cross-hairs of 3 European Core Network Corridors (Atlantic, North Sea-Mediterranean and Rhine-Alpine).
Follow up of task 1.2. Formal application of environmental, construction and operating permits for the LNG fueling stations.
Preparation of the sites for the LNG fueling stations. Where applicable and required ENGIE will pursue the necessary permitting.
Purchase of equipment based on the design of the LNG fueling stations. ENGIE will separately invite selected organisations to submit a quote for the equipment for the LNG fueling stations.
Construction of the 5 LNG fueling stations will start once permits have been obtained and equipment has been purchased. Civil works will be executed by specialized construction companies. After completion, the suppliers will install the equipment, all under coordination and inspection to ensure it meets the required standards in terms of quality, health and safety, environmental protection and social responsibility