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May 6, 2021
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Biogas News
May 5, 2021
Scandinavian Biogas Fuels International is investing  Krone $170 million (€17 million) in a liquid biogas plant in Skogn, outside Trondheim. The company already has the world's largest plant to produce liquid biogas on the site in Norway. The plant will be operational in the third quarter of 2022 and will produce 35 GWh of biogas. Skogn has been supplying liquid... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 30, 2021
Vanguard Renewables and utility company ONE Gas have launched an initiative designed to develop and expand farm-based renewable natural gas (RNG) projects across Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. This will be Vanguard’s first mid-continent alliance with a local natural gas distribution company that is committed to innovating its clean energy fuel mix through RNG. “We... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 30, 2021
Net Zero Waste Abbotsford, a wholly-owned subsidiary of EverGen, Canada’s RNG infrastructure platform, is entering into a 20-year offtake agreement with FortisBC Energy. Under the agreement, FortisBC will purchase up to 173,000 gigajoules of RNG annually for injection into its natural gas system, upon completion of an anaerobic digester project at EverGen’s existing... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 30, 2021
BrewDog has teamed up with DMT Environmental Technology to reduce emissions at its site in Ellon, Scotland. At many breweries, the rinse water is used in the brewing process is purified and reused. The wastewater treatment plant at the BrewDog HQ bio-plant will reduce the water usage of the brewery by 50%. A waste stream containing sludge is released during this... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 29, 2021
Opal Fuels and NextEra Energy Marketing have announced plans to build the first landfill renewable natural gas (RNG) production facility in Minnesota. The project will be located at a landfill owned by Republic Services, a leader in the US environmental services industry, and interconnect with a pipeline owned by Xcel Energy, a major electric and gas utility in the... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 28, 2021
London’s King Cross Estate, a 67-acre development of offices housing companies such as Google, YouTube, and Universal Music, will switch to biogas to reduce its carbon footprint. The move means 2,000 residential properties and four million square feet of commercial buildings will use biogas supplied by environmental investor, Iona Capital. Iona runs several anaerobic... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 28, 2021
Host has received two new biogas plant orders in Belgium and Ukraine. The biogas plant in Fontenoy, just above the southern Belgium border, will be built at a sugar factory on behalf of sugar organisation Finasucre. Beet residues, such as beet tops, will be anaerobically digested to produce 350 Nm3 of biogas per hour during the sugar beet campaign. After a cleaning... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 27, 2021
Sebigas has announced its new biogas plant in Nivelles, Belgium is now operational. The 600 kW plant is located in the city of Nivelles on the Thines river, which is home to around 29,000 people. With the implementation of this facility, engineered by Sebigas, the company can contribute to a circular economy in the region, proving the importance of enhancing agricultural... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 27, 2021
Two of Fortistar’s portfolio companies, Fortistar Methane Group (FMG) and TruStar Energy are merging to form a new, fully integrated renewable fuels supply company, Opal Fuels. FMG is a developer of renewable natural gas (RNG) facilities and one of the largest independently-owned landfill gas-to-energy companies in the US, while TruStar Energy is a market leader in... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 27, 2021
Gasum and renewable materials provider Stora Enso have opened a biogas plant in Nymölla, Sweden. The ‘groundbreaking’ plant, opened on 27 April, converts process water generated by Stora Enso’s Nymölla paper mill into liquefied biogas (LBG). The plant will produce renewable fuel for the road transport, industry, and maritime sectors. The Nymölla mill produces... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 26, 2021
St Austell Brewery in Cornwall, UK has switched to a 100% renewable, sustainable CO2 supply. The company switched the supply at its site in St Austell and Hare Brewery, home of Bath Ales, to the renewable CO2 derived from the anaerobic digestion (AD) process. The CO2 will be used in the carbonation of its packaged beers, the purging of road tankers, and pressurising... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 26, 2021
SoCalGas is expanding its partnership with transport company Landi Renzo USA to convert 200 Ford F-250 service pickup trucks to run on renewable natural gas (RNG). The latest Landi Renzo Eco-Ready™ equipment is a California Air Resources Board-certified ultra-low emissions vehicle system, expected to reduce over 2,000 tonnes of CO2-equivalent per year after the completion... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 23, 2021
Business rates are an “unacceptable threat” to anaerobic digestion (AD) operators, according to industry representatives, and will hinder the UK’s ability to meet its net-zero targets. With charges escalating year-on-year, business rates are now a “real burden” to the AD industry and putting many plants out of business, according to the Anaerobic Digestion... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 23, 2021
Trondheim in Norway will receive its first gas filling station this summer. The new station, due to open in early August, is part of Gasum’s Nordic gas filling station network for heavy-duty vehicles and will provide liquefied and compressed gas. The project was developed by Gasum and retail cooperative firm, Coop, and will enable low-emission logistics for several... [Read More]

Biogas News
Apr 22, 2021
Green Arrow Capital (GAC) has acquired four biomethane production plants, continuing its commitment to the sector. The €75 million agreement with Lazzari e Lucchini (L&L) made last year was completed through the GAC Fund and includes the acquisition of 4BIO S.r.l. Holding, which owns four biomethane plants, still partly under construction. L&L will remain... [Read More]


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