Greenlane Renewables indicators 2 new system provide contracts

December 12, 2017 By İmitation Paper Off

Greenlane Renewables Inc. on Jan. 4 introduced that, via its wholly owned subsidiary Greenlane Biogas North America Ltd., it has signed two new biogas upgrading system provide contracts valued in whole at $7.1 million (Canadian {dollars}) for separate renewable pure gasoline (RNG) tasks in the USA and Brazil. Order achievement by Greenlane for each tasks will start instantly.

Dairy RNG venture within the State of Nebraska within the USA

Greenlane has been awarded a contract for the availability of a biogas upgrading system for a dairy farm RNG venture within the State of Nebraska. Greenlane will provide its PSA system for upgrading biogas generated from anaerobic digestion of dairy cow manure into carbon destructive RNG appropriate for injection into the native pipeline community.

“Dairy-derived RNG is extremely carbon destructive offering one of the impactful methods to attain deep decarbonization and attain web zero emissions targets,” commented Brad Douville, president and CEO of Greenlane. “Because of this, it continues to be one of the dynamic and quickest rising segments of the market.”

Landfill gas-to-RNG venture in Brazil

Greenlane has additionally gained a contract for a landfill gas-to-RNG venture in Brazil with one of many nation’s largest landfill operators, Orizon Valorizacao de Residuos. Greenlane will provide its water wash system to improve the landfill gasoline to low carbon RNG.

“This new venture for Greenlane marks the sixth system provide contract we have now gained in a rustic that we imagine has important upside potential for biogas upgrading, together with landfill gas-to-RNG, sugarcane manufacturing waste and different varieties of upgrading tasks,” Douville stated. “Though Brazil’s RNG trade is within the early phases of improvement, Greenlane has been an early mover and market share chief within the nation, having offered 67 p.c of the business scale biogas upgrading methods within the nation.”