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Flogas complete commissioning at LPG storage terminal

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Molly Cooper

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Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) suppliers, Flogas Britain, has completed the ‘gas-up’ phase of commissioning on what will become the nation’s largest above ground LPG storage terminal.

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The project, will increase Flogas’ LPG storage capability, improving the UK’s off-grid gas infrastructure, and providing greater security of supply to commercial and residential customers nationwide, as demand grows through energy transition.

The new Avonmouth facility is in line with Flogas’ 2040 vision to build a lower carbon future for off-grid homes and businesses. The site will be capable of storing bioLPG, which can be blended with or replace LPG, without the need for changes to infrastructure, boilers, or equipment.

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Ivan Trevor, Flogas Britain’s managing director, says: ‘The commissioning of our Avonmouth facility is a significant milestone on our journey to de-carbonise our supply and supports the DCC Energy division’s wider strategy to reduce our overall emissions.’

‘This project will deliver an essential source of supply and security of product in particular to customers and our depots within the South West region. It is an essential part of our strategic plan to provide resilience in customer service and future-proofs our energy transition with the ability to store bioLPG,’ adds Paul Horton, Flogas Britain’s COO.

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