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Greenlane secures US$5.8m biogas upgrading deal for Florida RNG project

Canada-headed biogas upgrading technology supplier Greenlane Renewables Inc. (Greenlane) has recently announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Greenlane Biogas North America Ltd., has signed a CA$7.7 million (US$5.8 million) contract for a new renewable natural gas (RNG) project developed by San Francisco, California-based Brightmark LLC (Brightmark).

The multiple-site dairy farm project in the State of Florida (FL) will utilize Greenlane’s pressure swing adsorption (PSA) biogas upgrading systems.

This is a showcase project and second contract with Brightmark, one of the leading RNG project developers in the United States. We’re honored to be a trusted collaborator for this exciting new project in Florida, said Brad Douville, President & CEO of Greenlane.

Greenlane’s biogas upgrading systems will be used in Brightmark’s Sobek RNG project in Okeechobee County, Florida (FL), at four Larson family dairy farms. The project is anticipated to generate 171 000 MMBtu annually of RNG upon completion, which will be injected into the local interstate gas pipeline system.  Order fulfillment by Greenlane will start immediately.

Greenlane’s industry expertise and track record in designing and providing biogas upgrading systems were exactly what we were looking for in a partner as we continue to grow our RNG project portfolio. This helped us de-risk and conclude the project financing, an important step prior to starting construction, said Bob Powell, Founder, and CEO of Brightmark.

Earlier this month, Brightmark and Chevron U.S.A. Inc., a subsidiary of global energy major Chevron Corporation announced the formation of a joint venture (JV), Brightmark RNG Holdings LLC, to own projects across the United States (US) to produce and market dairy-derived RNG.

Brightmark Energy has partnered with four dairy farms in central Florida to build and operate three anaerobic digesters that will convert a total of 230 000 tonnes of dairy manure per year from 9 900 cows into renewable natural gas (RNG).

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