Circle K brings BioCNG to some Irish stations – contract signed with Flogas Enterprise
Circle K is the first public company to offer BioCNG at their stations in Ireland.
HGV users will be able to access BioCNG at select Circle K station in Ireland for their CNG fleet.
Flogas Enterprise has signed a contract with Circle K to supply biomethane. BioCNG is currently available in Ballysimon Road in Limerick, Cashel in Co Tipperary and Clonshaugh and Dublin Port in Co Dublin.
Flogas Enterprise stated on LinkedIn that it’s delighted to sign a contract with Circle K to supply biomethane which can be compressed into the renewable fuel BioCNG at its fuelling stations across Ireland. The move marks another step forward in reducing emissions from the country’s transport industry.
Circle K is the first public company to offer BioCNG to drivers in Ireland.
“We estimate that since BioCNG has been available at the four Circle K outlets, almost 4,000 tonnes of carbon emissions, have been saved, that’s equivalent to over 40,000 carbon neutral kilometres,” said Brian Connolly, senior fuels manager, Circle K Ireland.
The biomethane is sourced at Green Gas Generation’ Anaerobic Digestion plant in Nurney in Kildare.