Nordsol, Regazz in bio-LNG move

Dutch tech firm Nordsol and compatriot Regazz joined forces to develop bio-LNG production plants at agricultural sites in Europe.

According to a joint statement, the two firms will work together to “achieve optimized, ready-to-build designs in order to provide farmers with an attractive bio-LNG business case.”

Also, Regazz has elected Nordsol to be their exclusive bio-LNG technology supplier.

Regazz uses organic residual flows from the farmer – plant residues and manure – as input for the biogas plants.

Besides biogas, these plants also produce digestate, a mineral- and nutrient-rich fertilizer that can be returned to the land of the farmer who ‘fed’ the biogas plant with his waste, the statement said.

On the other hand, the Nordsol technology that Regazz will use converts biogas into two products: bio-LNG for long-haul transport and liquid biogenic CO2.

Nordsol already operates the bio-LNG plant in Amsterdam Westpoort.

Nordsol and its partners Shell and Renewi officially launched the first Dutch bio-LNG plant on October 18, 2021, followed by the start of commercial operations later the same month.

Earlrier this year, the Dutch firm and its partners Titan and Attero started building a new bio-LNG plant in Wilp.

This will be the first Dutch bio-LNG plant for shipping as the first facility produces bio-LNG for the road transport sector.

In addition, UK’s RenEco and Nordsol are planning to launch what they say is Britain’s first bio-LNG production plant in the first quarter of 2024.

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