Clean Methane Systems (CMS) and Ammongas have introduced new amine technology to North American RNG customers.
The Danish technology simplifies biogas upgrading by minimising the steps required to prepare and inject RNG into the grid. Amine technology also reduces operational costs in the novel way it manages hydrogen sulphide and other contaminants in the gas stream.
Both CMS and Ammongas have a long history of serving the biogas and RNG markets. CMS provides equipment and RNG consulting solutions for its US and international clients from its headquarters in Oregon. Ammongas has focused primarily on the European biogas sector from its headquarters in Denmark, where it designs sustainable, efficient and economical environmental facilities.
“This technology simplifies the gas upgrading equation and significantly reduces the costs of removing contaminants,” said Tim Robinson, president of CMS.
“We are committed to efficiently recovering methane for beneficial use in North America. We view the Ammongas upgrading technology as the next step forward in accomplishing that objective. The overall impact to the industry and the environment looks very promising.”
Alexander Rhyl, head of sales for Ammongas, commented: “Collaborating with CMS will enable us to efficiently and effectively enter and serve a large, new market. The result should be best-in-class solutions supported locally for serious customers in the US, Mexico and Canada.”