Uniper subsidiary Liqvis & revis bioenergy have concluded an agreement on supplying Bio-LNG. Based on current planning, revis bioenergy will supply Liqvis with Bio-LNG from mid-2023. Bio-LNG is CO2-neutral and it is produced exclusively from advanced waste and residual agricultural materials in accordance with EU regulation RED II. In future, this will be produced in a revis biomethane liquefaction plant. Bio-LNG enables a significant CO2 saving compared to conventional LNG. Liqvis plans to offer Bio-LNG as an alternative fuel for heavy duty transport at its LNG filling stations in Germany from the summer of 2023 and to gradually convert its entire supply portfolio to 100% Bio-LNG.Uniper subsidiary Liqvis has been operating LNG filling stations at strategic transport hubs with particularly high heavy duty transport volumes since 2017. Offering conventional LNG has helped our customers to achieve significant CO2 savings over the use of diesel as a fuel. Through cooperation with another strong partner, Liqvis will be able to offer its customers a completely CO2 -neutral product at prices competitive with diesel from mid-2023. Liqvis is working hard to increase the share of Bio-LNG in the filling station network to 100% in the second half of 2023.Since they emit very little carbon dioxide, particulate matter or nitrogen oxide, LNG heavy duty trucks currently have no trouble meeting the high environmental requirements of the Euro VI emission standard. The use of Bio-LNG, which works without needing any alterations to LNG heavy duty trucks or filling station equipment, offers users the opportunity to take on another technologically pioneering role in carrying out climate-neutral transport.