In the ongoing quest for sustainable and low-emission alternatives, bio-liquefied natural gas (BioLNG also known as liquefied biomethane, or LBM) has emerged as a compelling solution with the potential to play a significant role in decarbonising the transportation sector.
With its unique properties and versatile applications, BioLNG has gained traction as a cleaner-burning fuel option for long-haul heavy-duty transport and maritime operations.
As the world continues to transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources, BioLNG has found itself as an alternative to conventional natural gas and e-fuels. This transitional aspect is particularly relevant as industries and economies work towards phasing out carbon-intensive fuels, making way for a more sustainable and environmentally responsible energy future.
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