The HAM Gas Station network continues to grow in Europe

HAM Group CNG-LNG service stations grow in Spain and the rest of Europe

Consult our website for the map of CNG-LNG Gas Stations

HAM Group CNG-LNG service station network continues to grow in Spain and the rest of Europe, with the recent incorporation of 13 gas stations in the Netherlands, 6 in France and 6 in Belgium. The incorporation of these 25 new refueling points has been possible thanks to our expansion policy that has led us to close agreements with the main European operators

Europe's firm commitment to compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas has allowed us to expand our network to 70 service stations, making available to all our customers an environmentally friendly fuel that mitigates the environmental impact by reducing CO2 emissions, nitrous oxides and fine particles. In addition, our customers will be able to continue saving 30-50% compared to other less environmentally friendly fuels.

In the case of freelancers and companies they can refuel using their HAM card, which they must enter in the payment terminal or place it in front of the contactless, if the station has a contactless payment system.

HAM makes available to its customers all the information on its service stations through its website, where you can also consult our CNG-LNG maps where 3 identifying icons appear:

1. Black HAM Logo: Using the HAM card you can enjoy the prices established in all the HAM Group service stations.
2. White HAM Logo: The price of Compressed Natural Gas and Liquefied Natural Gas is established by the owner of the service station.
3. HAM Italia Logo: The HAM Italia Card must be used, paying the prices agreed with the company.

At HAM, a benchmark for other companies that are committed to the use of compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG), as an alternative to other more polluting fuels, we continue to work, along with the other companies in the group, to continue expanding our Gas station network in the coming months, in Spain and the rest of Europe.

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