Advertisement Advertisement
Advertisement Advertisement

Greenlane Renewables signs CA$7 million biogas upgrading contract with RNGC

Canada-headed biogas upgrading technology supplier Greenlane Renewables Inc has recently announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Greenlane Biogas North America Ltd., has signed a CA$7 million biogas upgrading contract with Renewable Natural Gas Company (RNGC). Greenlane is to supply three biogas upgrading systems, which utilize it’s proprietary water wash technology, for landfill gas (LFG) applications in the eastern United States (US).

Greenlane Biogas North America has signed a CA$7 million biogas upgrading contract with Renewable Natural Gas Company (RNGC). Greenlane is to supply three biogas upgrading systems, which utilize it’s proprietary water wash technology, for landfill applications in the eastern United States (US). Pictured above is the site preparation of a landfill site (photo courtesy RNGC).

Based in Ligonier, Pennsylvania (PA), Renewable Natural Gas Company (RNGC) is a developer of landfill gas (LFG) to renewable natural gas (RNG) projects encompassing the full design, construction, ownership, and operation process.

We are delighted to have been selected by RNGC to provide the biogas upgrading systems for RNGC’s landfill projects where the resulting clean, low carbon renewable natural gas will be injected into the natural gas pipeline. Our technology is ideally suited for this application developed by RNGC to provide robust low-cost operation. We look forward to working with RNGC to make this project a success, said Brad Douville, President, and CEO of Greenlane.

The biogas systems will be used in landfill gas projects in Virginia (VA) and Missouri (MO). Order fulfillment by Greenlane will start upon receipt of a notice to proceed from RNGC and RNGC’s financing approval, expected by the end of the first quarter.

We chose Greenlane’s water wash technology based on its reliability, price, and performance. We look forward to working with Greenlane on this project and exploring future opportunities to work together, said Jeffrey Craig, CEO of RNGC.

We're using cookies. Read more