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Limfjorden Bioenergi selects Malmberg for upgrading plant

In Denmark, biogas producer Limfjorden Bioenergi Aps is investing in increased biogas production at Mors site. The investment includes a biogas to biomethane upgrading unit facility from Sweden-headed biogas technology providers Malberggruppen AB. The Malmberg COMPACT GR 20 upgrading unit will treat 2 000 Nm3 raw biogas per hour and is planned to be in operation during the spring of 2019.

The Limfjorden Bioenergi biogas plant in Mors, Denmark (photo courtesy Bigadan).

Commissioned in 2009, the Limfjordens Bioenergi plant is jointly owned by energy utility E.ON Denmark, biogas plant developer Bigadan A/S and local farmers and was the first farmer-owned centralized biogas plant in Denmark.

The plant uses livestock manure only and, on an annual basis, treats 390 000 tonnes of slurry to produce 4,3 million Nm³ of biogas. During winter, heat from the gas engine is sold to the local heat and power plant.

We are happy to once again be the biogas upgrading partner to Bigadan in Denmark. It shows that our technology and the hard work we put down in being number one in availability for our upgrading units matter, commented André Carlsson, Business Area Director, Malmberg Biogas

Malmberg has a long experience in biogas upgrading with over 100 units in operation around Europe. Malmberg FeniX is a unique automation- and control system specially developed for the Malmberg biogas upgrading Compact that enables remote control, quick responses, and a high availability.

In Denmark, Malmberg upgrading units are in operation at 10 different locations and two more are now under production. For Bigadan, Malmberg has previously supplied a Malmberg Compact GR 14 upgrading unit to its Horsens biogas plant.

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