Waste is no longer just a disposal problem; it’s now a valuable resource for the industrial gas sector. Through a wealth of decarbonisation initiatives and Net Zero strategies, the industry continues to chart a new, greener course and – for some companies – bio liquefied natural gas (BioLNG) is acting as its compass.
Having emerged as a key enabler of the energy transition, BioLNG has gained significant traction as a future-fuel for decarbonising the hard-to-abate transportation sector. Standing at the forefront of this sustainable energy movement, Nordsol has been making waves in the world of Bio-LNG.
Specialising in the conversion of biogas to BioLNG, this Dutch company has cultivated a vision for carbon-neutral transportation, where Bio-LNG becomes the catalyst for a more sustainable way forward.
Using the special characteristics of biogas as a blueprint, Léon van Bossum, CEO, explains that the company chose to build a house from the ground up and reinvent the existing LNG production process specifically for biogas.
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