Plug-and-play, modular liquefaction solutions
Add versatility and value with liquefaction
In its compressed form (Bio-CNG), biomethane normally has an economic radius of 100 km. When injecting into the gas grid is not an option, biomethane can be converted to liquefied biomethane (Bio-LNG).
Bio-LNG can be transported over long distances and has a higher energy content. One litre of liquefied gas is equal to three litres of compressed gas, making bio-LNG the most efficient solution for decarbonising the heavy-duty and marine transport industries.
Plug-and-play biomethane liquefaction plants
Our modular, small-scale liquefaction plants are designed to be easily transported and installed in remote or rural locations. We employ market-leading technology to deliver high efficiencies at low operating costs.
How it works
One of the largest 100% vehicular biomethane plants in Europe, the Faenza plant will produce an estimated 9 million kilograms of Bio-CNG (equivalent to 140 Gwh) for motor vehicle fuel.
What do you mean when you say your technology is small to medium scale?
Our units can range from 5 to 20 tonnes per day of Bio-LNG production.
Can Bio-LNG be used directly as fuel for a regular LNG truck?
Yes. Bio-LNG can be used directly in LNG trucks, making it a sustainable option to fossil LNG.
How is Bio-LNG stored and transported?
Yes. Bio-LNG can be stored in cryogenic tanks and transported in trucks. Bio-LNG can also travel longer distances and has a higher energy content than Bio-CNG.
Upgrading: Purifying biogas to enable RNG liquefaction
Biogas upgrading removes impurities to generate biomethane, which can be used interchangeably with fossil natural gas. It can be injected directly into the existing gas grid or liquefied for storage or transportation.
Our modular biogas upgrading plants use membrane-based CO2-removal technology to produce biomethane with >99% purity.