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KAG will transport LNG for Shell

The Kenan Advantage Group’s Merchant Gas Group announced that its subsidiary, Jack B Kelley Inc, has completed a transportation agreement with Shell to deliver liquefied natural gas to its LNG fueling lanes in the United States.

The Kenan Advantage Group’s Merchant Gas Group announced that its subsidiary, Jack B Kelley Inc, has completed a transportation agreement with Shell to deliver liquefied natural gas to its LNG fueling lanes in the United States.

Kenan Advantage Group (KAG) is North America’s largest tank truck transporter and logistics provider. The company specializes in the logistics and transportation of fuels, chemicals, and merchant gases.

Subsidiaries in its Merchant Gas Group include Jack B Kelley Inc and Cryogenic Transportation, reportedly making it the largest transporter of gases in the United States. Gases transported include LNG, compressed natural gas, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, helium, and more. Their combined fleet includes more than 500 power units and 40 LNG trailers.

Mark Davis, president of Jack B Kelley Inc, says: "This is a tremendous opportunity for us to provide additional services to our longtime and valued customer. KAG has had a successful business relationship with Shell for more than 30 years. We intend to fully utilize our North American footprint, experienced drivers and specialized equipment to support Shell in this exciting new venture.”

The Kenan Advantage Group operates through its five units consisting of the Fuels Delivery Group, Specialty Products Group, Merchant Gas Group, Logistics Group, and KAG Canada Group. KAG’s fleet consists of approximately 6,200 power units and 9,700 trailers. KAG also provides specialized supply chain logistics services through KAG Logistics.

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