How the EPA’s Renewable Fuel Standard program changes could be a boon for landfill and AD operators.
By WasteDive | Feburary 16,2023
Proposed changes to the federal Renewable Fuel Standard program could be a financial boost for operators generating energy from landfills and anaerobic digesters, depending on how the final details shake out.
Biogas Poised to Seize RFS Potential
While Environmentalists Push to Kill RFS e-RINS Proposal, Biogas Industry Ready to Grow
By DTN | February 2, 2023
Roanoke Gas gets state nod for renewable natural gas project
By Laurence Hammack | Jan 24, 2023
In an order issued Monday, the State Corporation Commission found that the joint project with the Western Virginia Water Authority is in the public interest.
BP to buy U.S. biogas producer Archaea for $4.1 bln
Reuters | October 17, 2022
The deal will be the largest ever RNG acquisition, topping Chevron Corp's (CVX.N) $3.15 billion buyout of biodiesel maker Renewable Energy Group Inc earlier this year.
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TC Energy in first RNG production at Jack Daniel's Distillary
Gas Pathways | October 17, 2022
Owned by Lynchburg Renewable Fuels, the facility will produce RNG with a carbon intensity score 50% lower than traditional natural gas, preventing about 16,000 mt/yr of CO2 emissions. The project is being developed by 3 Rivers Energy Partners, which is also an owner in Lynchburg Renewable Fuels, and is expected to be operational in 2024.
Feedstock is a byproduct of the Jack Daniels distilling process, broken down to generate methane gases. A biogas upgrade plant will remove contaminants to produce pipeline-quality RNG that will be directly connected to a local natural gas utility. Liquid fertiliser will also be produced for local agricultural markets.