AD Fuels is a leading independent road haulage provider for the renewable fuels and waste recycling industries.
We specialise in the transportation of Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), which are set to become a cost-efficient alternative fuel for HGVs when the UK government intends to end the manufacture of new petrol and diesel vehicles in 2035.
From our base in the South of England, we provide nationwide coverage, delivering from gas supplier to end user throughout the whole of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
We support a range of industries and businesses, from LNG and CNG suppliers and Anaerobic Digestion operators to local authorities and recycling and waste management contractors.
Our dedicated fleet includes cryogenic LNG trailers and high-capacity MEGC for the transportation of liquified and compressed natural gas, as well as providing a fleet of walking floor trailers and curtain siders for the recycling sector.
All our drivers are fully trained, ADR qualified and highly experienced in transporting hazardous goods, we hold full accreditations from ISO9001, ISO14001, FORS, Driver CPC, ADR, Dangerous Goods Safety Advisory (DGSA) and National CPC. We are also accredited to industry bodies including UKLNG, RHA and FTA.
Contact us today to find out how we can deliver your gas needs and support your recycling operations with our specialist fleet.
AD Fuels operate a fleet of Multi Element Gas Container (MEGC) trailers, capable of carrying Compressed Natural Gas at a pressure of 250bar.
AD Fuels can provide highly specialised 58,000 litre LNG Trailers (8 Bar) which operate cryogenically in line with ADR regulations to keep compressed natural gas in a non-natural liquified state.
LNG bunkering is the process of transferring liquefied natural gas to a ship for use as fuel.
Virtual pipelines connect ‘off-grid’ natural gas suppliers from their Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plants to the end consumer.
AD Fuels have a fleet of MEGC’s capable of carrying CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) at a pressure up to 250bar.