Blue Corridor Supporters

Blue Corridor counts some of the most prominent energy suppliers, car companies and nonprofit organizations among its many supporters. Find out more about them below, including facts about their efforts to promote clean natural gas as a transport fuel.

  • EESTI Gaas: Even though there are only four CNG filling stations active in Estonia, more are in the works: EESTI Gaas has constructed filling stations in Narva and set up specialized filling stations for transport enterprises.
  • Gasum: 16 of Gasum’s stations in Finland sell CNG, and its network is continuing to grow.
  • Gazprom Export: Gazprom Export is working with all other Gazprom subsidiaries to promote the of use natural gas in transportation and help battle climate change.
  • Gazprom Gas-Engine Fuel: Gazprom Gas-Engine Fuel is the sole operator of Gazprom’s NGV business in Russia. The company operates 213 natural gas filling stations across Russia and another 35 are planned for commissioning in 2016. In 2015 the company sold 433 million cubic meters of compressed natural gas.
  • Gazprom Germania: This Gazprom subsidiary, which already operates six natural gas filling stations around Germany, plans to open an additional four by the end of the year. Gazprom Germania is also the sole supplier of CNG vehicle fuel for Volkswagen’s Scirocco R-Cup racing series.
  • Gazprom Marketing & Trading (France): Gazprom Marketing & Trading (France) was established in 2006. The company acts as the face to market for all Gazprom gas sales activities in France.
  • Gazprom Marketing & Trading (UK): Gazprom Marketing & Trading (UK) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Gazprom Group. GM&T has grown from a small office in London to a truly global presence.  GM&T trades energy commodities including gas, power, oil and oil products, carbon, LNG and FX. 
  • Gazprom Transgaz Saint-Petersburg: Gazprom Transgaz Saint-Petersburg is engaged in the transportation of natural gas through pipelines to large industrial centers in the North-West region of Russia. The company maintains gas pipelines, gas distribution stations, and compressor workshops. It also exports gas to Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, and Germany.
  • Havi logistics (Russia): Havi Logistics (Russia) is a company of the HAVI Group LP. As of the end of the year 2015, HAVI Logistics operated 66 distribution centers all over the world and a fleet of 849 trucks. The fleet runs mainly on alternative fuels. HAVI Logistics uses pure plant oil in the Netherlands and natural gas in Switzerland.
  • HMN Naturgas I/S: This Danish natural gas distributor, a member of NGVA Europe, is committed to the use of this clean and low-cost fuel in the transportation sector.
  • International Business Congress: International Business Congress (IBC) organizes seminar and congresses across Europe.
  • International Gas Union: The International Gas Union (IGU) is a worldwide non-profit organisation registered in Vevey, Switzerland with the Secretariat currently located in Oslo, Norway. Its mission is to advocate gas as an integral part of a sustainable global energy system, and to promote the political, technical and economic progress of the gas industry.
  • Jet Capital (Estonia)
  • Latvijas Gaze: This Latvian natural gas company will play an important part in the continued growth of NGVs in the country.
  • NGV Global 
  • NGVA Europe
  • NGVRUS – The National Gas Vehicles Association of Russia: This nonprofit group is important to the promotion of natural gas in the Russian transportation sector. It expressed strong support for Prime Minister Medvedev in May, when he signed a decree expanding the use of this clean fuel in Russian transport.
  • Promgas (Italy) 
  • Raritek (Russia): Raritek (Russia) is a company focused on equipping vehicles and buses with a KAMAZ chassis with gas cylinder equipment, its maintenance andoperating personnel training. “Raritek” ensures the successful operation of KAMAZ vehicles in a natural gas market infrastructure.
  • SG Dujos: SG Dujos plays a key role in helping Lithuanian urban public transport companies upgrade their fleets to run on CNG, as well as design and develop the infrastructure for CNG refueling stations.
  • Solbus: Last spring, Gazprom Germania, Solbus and transportation company MZA sponsored a program to introduce LNG to city bus lines in Poland, making it the first European country to do so.
  • Tallink (Estonia) 
  • Titan North-East (Russia): Titan North-West (Russia) implements turnkey construction projects. The company constructs natural gas filling stations, LNG facilities, multi-fuel filling stations, among others.
  • Uniper SE (Germany)
  • VEMEX: VEMEX is coordinating with Gazprom Germania to open seven natural gas filling stations in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.