About Us

The energy company Gasum is a Nordic gas sector and energy market expert that together with its partners, promotes development towards a carbon-neutral future.


  • Olga Väisänen

    VP, Communications, Gasum

    Revontulenpuisto 2 C FIN-02100 Espoo Finland
    +358 40 554 0578
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    Seeing this investment and partnership come to a reality is naturally great news for us and further promotes sustainable energy sources in the Nordics
    Halvar Rommetvedt, Sales Manager, Gasum
    It’s great that we’re able to offer cleaner public transport for people in Hämeenlinna. As far as we know, we’re the first and only bus company using environmentally friendly fuel forms in the area. It’s important for us to take environmental considerations into account in our investments in the future
    says Vekka Group CEO Tomi Vasiljev
    Group profitability remained in Q2 2020 in line with the level forecast despite changes in the operating environment. 
    Johanna Lamminen, CEO, Gasum
    We’re very proud to have opened a new station in Lieto and that it strengthens the Nordic gas filling station network. Consumers and lawmakers increasingly expect actors in the heavy-duty transport sector to provide eco-friendly services. It is important to improve accessibility to low-emission fuel solutions so that Nordic freight can be transported increasingly more cleanly. Each new gas filling station takes us closer to that goal
    says Jani Arala, Senior Sales Manager, Traffic, Gasum.
    Environmentally-friendly requirements and wishes can be seen everywhere. Focusing on clean fuels is one way we can stand out from our competitors while also responding to the wishes of society and consumers. It is clear that many people would like to see companies take concrete responsibility for the environment. This was exactly our goal with acquiring the gas-fueled vehicles. We hope that with the choice of gas vehicles, the choice will be even more straightforward
    says Johan Sirén, Brand Manager, Pizza Hut Finland
    The environmental impacts of different fuels are increasingly being taken into account in corporate motoring. It’s encouraging that when making new investments, companies are prepared to invest in gas because only by trying out new things can we find increasingly better alternatives. Renewable biogas can minimize emissions cost efficiently while responding to the growing wishes of customers to offer environmentally-sustainably produced services and products
    says Heidi Kuoppala, Business Manager, Traffic, Gasum
    We warmly welcome Anders Malm to Gasum and to lead our Portfolio Management and Trading business. His solid track record in energy markets supports the implementation of our growth strategy and our journey towards a cleaner tomorrow.
    Johanna Lamminen, CEO, Gasum
    Maritime traffic generates 3 percent of the world’s total greenhouse gas emissions. To lower these emissions, we need to reduce the use of conventional fuels
    Jacob Granqvist, Sales Director Maritime, Gasum
    We are looking forward to developing our relationship to gain further benefits from Gasum’s products and services
    Kari-Pekka Laaksonen, CEO Samskip
    Partnership with Samskip is great news for us! We are proud to be part of the bigger change in shipping industry and to have these performant vessels taking LNG just outside Gasum office windows
    Jacob Granqvist, Sales Director for Maritime, Gasum
    ”The station in Järvenpää will be excellently located and has clearly been one of the most anticipated. The station will provide a diverse range of services for passing traffic and will be a good addition to our existing network of stations in the neighboring areas of Hyvinkää, Riihimäki and Porvoo.
    Olli Paasio, Director, Traffic Finland, Gasum
    The first quarter saw us implement our strategy and continue the development of the Nordic gas market despite the uncertainties brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Johanna Lamminen, CEO, Gasum
    During Q1/2020, the role of gas as a maritime transport fuel also continued to grow and we entered into an LNG delivery agreement with the Norwegian energy company Equinor. Biogas is also attracting interest among forerunners in maritime transport, and we are continuously developing our fuel offering and services to meet the maritime sector’s needs.
    Johanna Lamminen, CEO, Gasum
    The acquisition of Nauticor is an important step in Gasum’s growth strategy and the successful bunkering of Ramelia underlines our commitment to develop the clean marine bunkering business in Northwest Europe
    Jacob Granqvist, Sales Director Maritime in Gasum.
    By using LNG as fuel we are working on reducing the environmental impact through lower emissions and less noise
    Christian Nilsson, Managing Director of Älvtank
    The heavy-duty transport filling station being built in Lieto is part of our network of filling stations in the Nordic countries and adds to it in Finland while strengthening the possibilities for heavy-duty transport to fill up in Southwestern Finland. Liquefied natural gas and biogas are an environmentally aware solution that is in reach today to respond to the growing challenges posed by emissions in heavy-duty transport. In addition to which using gas can deliver savings in fuel costs. The choice can also be a positive statement to customers and consumers and make a company stand out from the competition
    says Markus Kaarlela, Development Manager, Traffic, Gasum. 
    We are very pleased about this transaction which is an important step for Gasum when building the Nordic gas ecosystem and responding to increasing customer demand for low-emission energy solutions.
    Gasum CEO Johanna Lamminen
    We are certain that Gasum will be a strong owner that will successfully develop the cleaner energy and maritime bunkering businesses further.
    Jan Ellringmann, Business President, Linde Region Europe North
    We are very pleased to be able to introduce renewable liquefied biogas into our fuel mix. This opportunity supports our high-end sustainability requirements
    Anna Karin Klinthäll, Manager Trading Operations at Preem.
    Gasum is committed to working for a carbon-neutral future and helping our customers to reduce their own carbon footprint by providing cleaner energy
    Jacob Granqvist, Sales Director Maritime in Gasum
    A responsible approach is an inseparable part of our day-to-day operations and decision-making. The clean energy offered by us is highly significant for our customers’ responsibility work. In 2019, we took major steps towards our objectives in many areas.
    Sustainability manager, Elina Saarivuori, Gasum
    In 2019, the Nordic energy company Gasum took steps of change towards a cleaner tomorrow. The company advanced its strategy in a purposeful manner and developed the Nordic gas market, enabling an even broader offering of low-emission energy solutions in response to growing demand among industrial as well as road and maritime transport customers.
    Johanna Lamminen, CEO, Gasum
    In 2019, we took purposeful steps to advance our strategy and developed the Nordic gas market, enabling an even broader offering of low-emission energy solutions in response to growing demand among industrial as well as road and maritime transport customers.
    Johanna Lamminen, CEO, Gasum
    We’re happy to support Equinor in its ambition towards cleaner shipping
    Kimmo Rahkamo, Vice President, Natural gas & LNG at Gasum
    The first registrations of new cars in Finland dropped by 5.2% year on year, but at the same time the registrations of gas cars increased by 84%. This shows that a segment of consumers and enterprises has discovered gas-fueled vehicles. Awareness of this inexpensive and environmentally friendly vehicle alternative has also increased
    says Heidi Kuoppala, Business Manager, Traffic, Gasum
    It’s only a few years ago that the only fuel option for heavy-duty transport was diesel. Now the transition to low-emission fuels is gaining momentum in heavy-duty transport, too, as the registrations of gas-fueled HDVs increased at a rapid rate last year. Gas is an environmentally friendly solution to the growing emission problems faced in transport – and it’s already available today. What’s more, gas helps cut fuel costs and the switch to gas can help communicate a positive message to customers and consumers and stand out among competitors
    adds Jani Arala, Senior Sales Manager, Traffic, Gasum
    The Kuopio filling station provides more and more businesses and private individuals with access to environmentally friendly gas fuel. The station supplements the gas filling station network available by national road 5, which is an important route for domestic road travel. The station’s location is also excellent for LNG-fueled heavy-duty long-haul operations
    says Olli Paasio, Director, Traffic Finland, from Gasum
    In line with its strategy, Gasum continues to take purposeful steps to invest in developing the Nordic gas infrastructure in response to growing demand in industry and in road and maritime transport.
    Olga Väisänen, VP, Communications, Gasum
    Klimatklivet is essential in supporting our journey towards a carbon-neutral society. Without the grant, we wouldn’t be able to build these new stations in Sweden. People are becoming more aware of the benefits of gas in Sweden and now is the time to invest in clean energy solutions.
    Mikael Antonsson, Director, Traffic, Gasum Sweden
    Gasum is the leading supplier of biogas in the Nordic countries. Gasum operates 13 biogas plants in Sweden and Finland and is rapidly growing the biogas volume with new production and sourcing opportunities.
    Erik Woode, Senior Manager of Business Development, Gasum Sweden
    Gasum has the advantage of decades of experience and competence in the gas and energy sector. I certainly see this primarily as an opportunity to further develop our services while developing our company as a Nordic energy sector expert.
    Gasum CEO Johanna Lamminen
    ”Sweden has managed to reduce its climate emissions by an impressive 27% since 1990. But emissions remain high in heavy transport, the manufacturing industry and shipping where there are few alternatives – it is in these sectors that an increasing number of hauliers, industrial companies and shipping companies are now switching to gas. This is good news both for the climate and the environment.
    Marcus Hansson, Head of Public Affairs, Gasum
    Together with our partners, we’ve been taking determined steps to build cleaner transport in Finland. Expanding the gas filling station network and increasing awareness have played an important role in this. We’re heading in the right direction now, and making the right political decisions is also vital for the climate targets to be reached. For example, various incentives for choosing a more environmentally friendly vehicle can help accelerate the transition to cleaner transport
    says Gasum CEO Johanna Lamminen.
    The rapidly increased need to cut mobility emissions makes driving on gas an unmatched solution for private as well as company car users. The 10,000 gas cars currently on Finnish roads are already creating an emission reduction of more than 7,000 tonnes* – equal to more than 14,000 car journeys from Finland’s southernmost to northernmost tip and back
    says Jukka Metsälä, Vice President, Traffic, Gasum.
    It is always a proud moment when we can deliver our product and make maritime transportation cleaner
    Jacob Granqvist, Sales Director, LNG Marine, Gasum
    The Gasum Gas Fund aims to respond to society’s transformational challenges by developing energy solutions based on gas and producing information supporting the development of the gas sector.
    Viljami Kinnunen, Development Engineer, Gasum
    It’s great that large companies such as McDonald’s Finland and HAVI Logistics want to invest in a cleaner tomorrow and choose a more environmentally friendly alternative.
    Ville Sipponen, Sales Manager, Traffic, Gasum
    ”The acquisition of AGA’s Clean Energy and Nauticor’s Marine Bunkering businesses is an integral part of our growth strategy. The acquisition enables Gasum to supply and to ensure the availability of a competitive, low-emission form of energy to meet the demands of industrial, maritime and road transport customers in the Nordic countries.
    Johanna Lamminen, CEO, Gasum
    I’m very happy that already today the large-fleet owners of Finland and Sweden see the benefits of LNG and LBG in road transport. If a company with 16 HDVs switched from conventional fuels to gas, this would mean significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions as the annual emissions of one HDV are equal to those of 40–50 passenger cars. I strongly recommend that also small-fleet owners consider making the switch. This would be a great solution for hauling companies to stand out in a highly competitive logistics market
    says Jukka Metsälä, Vice President, Traffic, Gasum
    We’re taking determined steps in building a comprehensive filling station network in the Nordics. We're aiming to build around 20 filling stations for HDVs in Sweden and Finland by the end of the year and to build a total of 50 new filling stations in the Nordics by the early 2020s. This will increase the availability of gas and will allow even more fleet owners to choose low-emission LNG and LBG as a fuel and, at the same time, make significant fuel cost saving
    says Mikael Antonsson, Director, Traffic, Gasum Sweden
    We aim to introduce a lower-emission fleet for transport at Kuusakoski. The new vehicle has given us valuable information about a gas-fueled transport fleet. We intend to use this information when buying new vehicles
    says Krister Heinonen, Vice President, Logistics at Kuusakoski
    We are committed to developing the Nordic gas filling station network. We aim to improve possibilities to fill up with gas and to make it easier for companies to choose environmentally friendlier alternatives. Building a carbon-neutral society requires determined work on the availability of cleaner energy solutions
    says Jani Arala, Senior Sales Manager, Traffic, Gasum
    Drivers have commended the functionality of gas-fueled vehicles and customers have been delighted with the increase in greener alternatives. We consider it important to help our customers to reach their own targets by providing a new type of environmentally friendlier transport fleet
    says Ossi Tiilikainen, CEO, K&O Tiilikainen
    ”Our financial performance was in line with our expectations during the reporting period. Our revenue totaled €838.8 million (€827.4 million) and our operating profit for the period under review was €86.3 million.
    Johanna Lamminen, CEO, Gasum
    We have continued preparations for the opening up of the gas market and together with customers and stakeholders have been coordinating regulatory work relating to the Natural Gas Market Act since back in 2017.
    Johanna Lamminen, CEO, Gasum
    LNG was the natural choice for us since it meets existing and future emissions targets. Our customers are increasingly interested in cutting emissions in transport and require more environmentally friendly alternatives. We want to impact the environment through our own operations and the easiest way to do this is to change the transport fleet.
    says Jarmo Halonen, COO, NCS Finland.
    Climate issues are important to us and we wanted to do our own bit to help. Driving with LNG has gone really smoothly. In the long run, we’re also clocking up significant savings in fuel costs compared to diesel-fueled vehicles. We’re definitely considering acquiring more LNG-fueled vehicles.
    says Harri Nummela, Logistics manager, Pinecape
    In long-distance transport you can drive as far as 1,000 kilometers on a tankful of natural gas and fuel costs are lower than for diesel. Nevertheless, there’s no need to compromise whatsoever on performance and torsion in a Volvo FH LNG-fueled truck when compared to a similar diesel-fueled vehicle. Demand for LNG-fueled trucks is constantly growing.
    says Reino Manninen, Sales Director, Volvo Trucks
    Demand for cleaner fuels is growing rapidly in the transport and logistics industry. We and our partners are focusing on developing the gas infrastructure and network of filling stations across the Nordic countries. Particularly for companies in this sector, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and liquefied biogas (LBG) are essential in the transition towards a carbon-neutral future. At the same time, they also result in significant savings in fuel costs.
    says Jani Arala, Senior Sales Manager, Gasum
    Customer wishes and a desire to reduce our carbon footprint influenced our decision. Expansion of the filling station network makes it easier to use gas and adds to security of supply. Based on our experience, we can recommend the use of gas-fueled tractor units to all transport companies
    says Marko Järvimäki, entrepreneur
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