Renewable Natural Gas
Renewable natural gas (RNG) is produced by capturing and processing the methane emitted from organic sources including animal waste, wastewater treatment plants, food waste, and landfills that would otherwise have been released into the environment as the organic material decays. Many forms of RNG have a carbon-neutral and even a carbon-negative rating. By capturing methane and converting it into a useful source of energy, RNG use helps to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
RNG production is expected to grow significantly over the next several years. However, many of the projects cannot easily or cost-effectively be connected directly to a sales gas pipeline. Our expertise in the safe compression and transportation of high-pressure gasses enables RNG developers to capture value by delivering their product to market. Biogas that would ordinarily be released into the environment can instead be captured, processed, and consumed as a lower-carbon natural gas alternative.
How We Help
We support the growing RNG sector by providing safe and reliable transport of stranded biogas to pipeline injection sites to get carbon-neutral energy to market. To learn more about our RNG compression and delivery, click the link below.
- Reduces GHG emissions
- Diversifies energy sources to meet growing demand
- Supports economic development for farmers and developers
- Creates value from organic waste