Luxembourg

Luxembourg CNG filling stations, Luxemburg CNG-Tankstellen,
Stations de remplissage GNV Luxembourg





last updated 6.2019 – price 0.68 Euro/Kg(2017)





City:Address:Phone:Open:Notes:
Käerjeng28 Avenue De Luxembourg+35223651448Closed 1.2019aral.de
Lintgen37 Principale Rd+352329951Closed 6.2019aral.de
Luxembourg246 Route de Longwy+352446736Every Day 6-24aral.de
Remerschen124 Route du Waistrooss Vin+35226665634Closed 6.2019aral.de
Luxembourg3 Trèves Rd+352422722Every Day 7-22aral.de
Schifflange26 Rue Denis Netgen+35226530641Closed 1.2019aral.de

6 thoughts on “Luxembourg

  1. Pepe

    The CNG station in Käerjeng was closed and dismantled in August 2018. This closing is the consequence of the decision taken by the Government of Luxembourg of closing all the CNG pumps, but the one in Merl and the one in Findel.

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  2. Paddy

    December 18th 2018
    CNG is no longer available in the Shifflange station, nor at the Kaerjeng one either. DO NOT BOTHER DRIVING THERE AS YOU WILL BE DISAPPOINTED.

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  3. Günter

    Today, 29th of May 2019, the CNG pump of Aral Remerschen has been closed and will not serve natural gas anymore. The CNG pump will be fully dismantled by engineers within two months. This is in line with policy of the Luxembourgish Government to leave only two CNG pumps working in Luxembourg, in Aral Merl and Aral Findel.

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  4. Günter

    I want to say that tonite I was driver number 32 trying to get natural gas in Aral Remerschen. I was told by the cashier that there was demand enough for CNG, with a lot of daily drivers from Germany and France that work everyday in Luxembourg, to keep the CNG pump working and that the decision to close the CNG pumps in Luxembourg is only political.

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  5. Günter

    The CNG pump in Aral Lintgen closed on 31st May 2019 and will not be put in service again. The pump will be fully dismantled within the next two months. This is in line with the policy of the Luxembourgish Government of closing all the CNG stations, but the ones in Merl and Findel as a push to promote the electric car. Don’t go there. You will find no natural gas.

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