HAM Chile, a subsidiary of HAM Group, has been the company selected to be in charge, together with Empresas Lipigas, of the design, construction and commissioning of a public-access LNG station in Tabolango, Valparaíso region. This new facility, which will be launched in June, will incorporate the latest technological innovations in this type of station.
This project is possible thanks to Lipigas and Transportes Transviña, the service station owner, both experts in the transport of dangerous goods and who are committed to LNG-powered sustainable mobility. HAM Chile will be in charge of the engineering process of the natural gas station.
“This new station will connect the regions of Valparaíso and Maule through a means of transport with cleaner energy. Our objective of having a green transport corridor at the national level is advancing rapidly and we hope to soon implement new stations that will be added to this one and the one in Linares,” said Esteban Rodríguez, Manager of LNG, Biofuels and Green Hydrogen of Lipigas.
Lipigas, a company with presence in Chile, Colombia and Peru, is a relevant player in the Latin American energy market, and its objective is to meet the energy needs of its clients with its combined products and solutions.
HAM Chile Spa, a leader in cryogenic equipment and works, has been working for several years in South America, allowing HAM Group to continue its expansion and maintain greater proximity to its customers.
Photo: LNG station in Linares