Cepsa and Redexis put into operation their fourth natural gas station, located in Castillejo de Iniesta (Cuenca). This opening is part of the strategic agreement that both companies signed to create the largest NGV refueling network in Spain. Redexis made an investment of about 700,000 euros to carry out the construction of this facility, which supplies LNG for heavy transport.
The natural gas station is located on the A-3, the highway that connects Madrid and Valencia, in the municipality of Castillejo de Iniesta, a strategic location for the transport of goods between the center of the peninsula and the Mediterranean area where more than 5,000 heavy vehicles circulate daily.
In addition to this new station, both companies already have refueling facilities in Puerto Lumbreras (A-7), Mercazaragoza (A-2) and Trujillo (A-5), and plan to launch another three NGV stations in July on some of the main national transport corridors. Specifically, these will be located at Cepsa service stations in the provinces of Madrid (A-4), Jaén (A-4) and Salamanca (A-62).
“We continue to advance in the development of the largest natural gas refueling network in Spain with the opening of stations in strategic areas for mobility in our country. The diversification of our offer of energy solutions for light and heavy transport is part of our contribution to the energy transition,” said Santiago Ruiz, Director of Cepsa’s Service Station Network.
Moreover, Javier Migoya, Redexis B2B Director, added: “From Redexis and together with Cepsa, we continue to support the creation of the largest natural gas station network in Spain, building and developing the necessary infrastructure to promote alternative fuels in our country, driving a more sustainable, economic and environmentally-friendly mobility.”