Stirling Cryogenics, AB partner on liquid biomethane plants
The technology developed by Stirling is based on a consolidated process, already used worldwide in over 3,000 cryogenic installations, employing a ‘proven technology’ developed over decades of operation in various sectors, from superconductors to nuclear-physics research.
As part of the agreement, AB will produce a product line called CH4LNG, the liquefier designed as a single unit, set up with cryogenerators built by Stirling for bio-LNG systems up to 12 tons per day, suitable for the liquefaction of biomethane for small and medium-sized biogas upgrading plants.
Combined with the BIOCH4NGE upgrading solution (AB’s product line for biogas upgrading), CH4LNG allows the transformation of biogas into bio-LNG to be carbon-neutral, contributing to the energy transition and decarbonisation effort.
The agreement combines both companies’ strengths to create opportunities in the biomethane and bio-LNG market.