Air Liquide expands US biomethane operation with two new units


Industrial gas major Air Liquide will increase its biomethane footprint in the US with two new production units which will produce biogas from manure feedstock from dairy farms.

Located in Center Township, Pennsylvania and Holland Township, Michigan, the units are equipped with a total production capacity of 74 GWh (gigawatt hours).

Once passed through an anaerobic digester, the waste will be recycled for use on the farms while the biogas will be separated and purified into biomethane (also called renewable natural gas) and injected into the natural gas grid.

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