All Biogas articles

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    $15m biogas plant to support sustainable farming in Sweden


    Nordic biogas producer Scandinavian Biogas has been granted SEK 154m (US$15m) in funding to construct a Bio-LNG (liquefied natural gas) project in the municipality or Örkelljunga, around 500km south of Stockholm.

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    Hydrogen safety research wins funding


    A new study that aims to promote hydrogen safety has won £30k ($37k) pump priming funding, advancing the potential of the gas as a next-generation clean energy source.

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    Methane leaks in biogas sector twice as much as previously thought


    Despite biogas and biomethane being considered a more sustainable alternative to conventional non-renewable fuels, a newly released study from Imperial College London (ICL) has revealed that leaks along the biogas and biomethane supply chain could exceed previous estimates by two times, leading researchers to call for better monitoring and fixing ...

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    Biogas opportunities in Africa


    With the biogas industry seeing development across the globe, David Sonnenberg, Co-Founder of Uhuru Energy (Uhuru) is looking at the future opportunities for developing large scale biogas industries in Africa, aligned to the continent’s development goals.

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    WBA Summit: Biogas, energy, and food security


    High energy prices have led to warnings of a global fertiliser shortages, causing widespread concerns over farming crises and potential food shortages. By transitioning to anaerobic digestion (AD) and biogas, both energy and food security need could be addressed, according to the World Biogas Association (WBA).

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    WBA Summit: Methane action plan


    With tackling methane emissions caused by human activity considered the most ‘immediate and cost-effective’ way to deliver the Paris Agreement target to keep global warming below 2C, biogas and AD could play a key role in delivering the global methane pledge.


    The World Biogas Summit 2022


    Taking place over the next two days (15th-16th June), the World Biogas Summit 2022 represents a gathering of leading international figures for a discussion around anaerobic digestion (AD) and biogas as a viable solution to decarbonising sectors such as farming and transport, increasing food and energy security, and being a ...

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    Scandinavian Biogas in large-scale Bio-LNG deal


    Nordic biogas producer Scandinavian Biogas (SB) has signed an agreement with German liquefied natural gas (LNG) distributor Alternoil for SEK 2.7bn ($266bn) worth of Bio-LNG to be included in the climate-neutral fuel REEFUEL distributed on the German transportation market.

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    BCGA elects David Hurren as new President


    The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) has strengthened its focus on alternative energy following the appointment of David Hurren, UK CEO at Air Liquide Biogas Solutions Europe, as its new President.

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    Italian energy firms ink biogas deal


    Engineering company HYSYTECH will supply European electric utility firm Edison Spa with two integrated biogas upgrading and biomethane liquefaction plants following an agreement signed between the companies.

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    Royal Mail pledges net zero emission target by 2040


    UK postal services provider Royal Mail has today (6th June) published its ‘Steps to Zero’ plan, a four-step journey that aims to reduce the organisation’s emissions to net zero by 2040.

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    Biogas champion awarded OBE for advancing industry


    The Chief Executive of the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA), Charlotte Morton, has been awarded an OBE for services to the Development of the Biogas Industry.

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    CCS project aims to clean up Sweden’s cement sector


    An ambitious carbon capture and storage (CCS) project at a Swedish cement plant could help the country achieve carbon-neutral cement production in the country by 2030.

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    Captured CO2, biomass and carbon-neutral fuels


    One of the big topics of recent years for the gases industry and society alike has been carbon dioxide (CO2) and specifically, how we deal with it in the context of decarbonisation and sustainability.

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    Biomethane could be an answer to the EU gas price crisis, says EBA


    As energy prices continue to soar across Europe, biomethane could – once scaled-up – cover 30-40% of the EU gas demand at considerably lower cost, according to a report by the European Biogas Association (EBA).

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    Air Liquide to construct its largest ever biomethane production unit in the US


    Air Liquide will develop its largest ever biomethane production unit in Rockford, Illinois, US.

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    Grolsch goes greener with new biomethane partnership


    Dutch beer company Koninklijke Grolsch N.V (Grolsch) is investing in the energy transition by using biomethane to supply energy for its beer production process.

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    Europe sees record breaking year for biomethane production


    The decarbonisation potential of biomethane is being fully realised following a record-breaking year for the deployment of biomethane production plants across Europe.

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    Biomethane could help the UK ‘level up’ its low carbon agenda


    Speaking at the 2021 Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) National Conference on 14th December, Lord Callanan reiterated just how beneficial biomethane could become when decarbonising and ‘levelling up’ the UK economy.

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    Fluxys LNG terminal converts biomethane into bioLNG


    Belgian energy company Fluxys LNG is contributing to the decarbonisation of industry by using its liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal to convert biomethane to bioLNG.