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Energy lives here

FUEL STATIONS

Due to the take-over of the Esso fuel stations in the Brussels-Henegouwen & Flanders region, G&V Energy Group has become the number 1 independent player in the Belgian fuel stations market. The group operates 175 fuel stations under its own name, as well as under the brand names Esso and Shell

FUEL CARD

The professional Multi-brand fuel card, the “CAPS Fuel card” is the second major pillar of the group. Thanks to the collaboration with partner networks, the group is able to offer its customers a network of over 1000 fuel stations in the Benelux.

 

Shop & Carwash

Taking a break in one of our shops means an opportunity for both you and your car to get pampered.  G&V Energy Group runs 23 shops with an elaborate Délifrance and Douwe Egberts pastry and coffee corner, some of which also offer car wash services.  We offer you a wide assortment of on-the-go products for your comfort on the road, 7 days a week.

FUEL STORAGE

The "state-of-the-art" fuel storage place in Roeselare meets the highest safety standards. The tank depot is both a transit depot for the biggest major companies on the Belgian market and a storage place for strategic stock for the government.

 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Second Team Bus

On 20 December, according to the annual custom, the team presentation for the coming season of cycling team Lotto Soudal took place at Palace 12...

Breakpoint

In response to the current tendencies of on-the-go places to eat, we have created a place that meets the demands of the modern mobile...

G&V is going green!

The fleet of G&V Energy Group NV was recently expanded with 5 extra Audi A3s on CNG (natural gas)!   Meanwhile, the group already operates...

Lotto Soudal

G&V Energy Group has been the proud fuel sponsor of the Lotto Soudal Team since 2012. With Lotto Soudal, the group has a 100% Belgian image. Just...

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Sustainable fuel 

Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), is a green alternative for traditional fuels, such as petrol and diesel. This natural gas, which comes from the distribution network and is also used for cooking and heating, is pressurised before it is injected into the vehicle’s tank.

CNG-driving has become an affordable green alternative to diesel and petrol vehicles, for both companies and private persons, because of the decreasing price of natural gas vehicles and tax exemptions. Compressed gas drivers don’t have to pay the car registration tax (BIV) or road tax until 2020.