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In 2013, GDF SUEZ through its subsidiary Distrigas, opened a station of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) to fuel a fleet of trucks. Arrived by LNG tanker and stored at the Everett terminal, LNG is used as fuel for trucks, which also deliver it within 450 km to customers who do not have access to pipelines or for whom supply gas by pipeline is not enough.
More environmentally friendly but also cheaper, LNG as fuel is used by more and more professionals.