Wärtsilä to upgrade Swedish bioLNG plant


Wärtsilä will supply, install, and operate biogas upgrading and liquefaction units for a Swedish bioLNG plant to support the production of 20 to 45 tonnes of bioLNG per day.

The technology group today (11th December) confirmed the plans as part of an extension to an existing plant that is owned by biogas and bioLNG producer Tekniska Verken.

Anna Lövsén, CEO of Svensk Biogas and Business Area Manager for Biogas at Tekniska Verken, said, “By expanding our capacity for biomethane in both gaseous and liquid form, we are complementing our existing upgrading and liquefaction plant.”

The plant produces biomethane from organic waste, including food waste, and from the municipality’s wastewater treatment residue. The bioLNG is used as fuel for the transport sector and industry in Sweden.

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