Germany’s largest integrated bio-liquefied natural gas (Bio-LNG) plant is set to begin production after the successful completion of conversion and assembly work at the BioEnergie Park Güstrow in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
The work involved project operator EnviTec Biogas connecting a 300,000-litre liquefied carbon dioxide (LCO2) tank to the plant.
The raw biogas produced at the site will be upgraded to natural gas quality before CO2-enriched exhaust gas is transferred to the LCO2 plant where it will enable production of 15,000 metric tonnes of LCO2 per year.
“The produced Bio-CO2 can be used in the food production and beverages sectors, for example, or in greenhouses,” explained Frank Hinken, Managing Director of EnviTec Bioenergie Güstrow.
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