Titan to build ‘largest’ bio-LNG plant at Port of Amsterdam


Titan has announced plans to produce 200,000 tonnes of liquefied biomethane (LBM) per year in the Port of Amsterdam.

The independent supplier of low and zero-carbon fuels – formerly ‘Titan LNG’, but it was rebranded in June – has signed contracts with biogas producer BioValue for the exclusive off-take of all on-site produced biogas, and Linde Engineering to perform basic engineering.

BioValue, one of the largest biogas suppliers in the Netherlands, will supply a significant part of the biogas required for the total LBM production, and will construct a new biogas plant, next to the LBM plant.

The remaining biogas will be sourced from other production installations throughout Europe that are connected to the existing gas grid.

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