The amount of the investment and financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Synthica says it plans to use the funding to grow its infrastructure projects and accelerate development of its facilities in key markets across the United States.
The partnership will convert 210,000 tons of wasted food per year into renewable natural gas.
Using renewable natural gas could be a key piece of reducing fleet emissions.
The Shell Starship demonstrates the company's commitment to decarbonization.
“The world has a trash problem. And the world has an emissions problem,” says UPS’s director of fleet procurement Mike Casteel. With that in mind, the logistics company has plans to “turn trash to gas” in what it is calling the largest commitment for use of renewable natural gas (RNG) ... Read more »
A new $43 million anaerobic digester facility opened to the public this month in North Salt Lake, Utah. Wasatch Resource Recovery can turn solid food waste and liquefied organic waste into pipeline grade natural gas.
The existing anaerobic digester for a dairy operation in Oregon is getting upgraded to produce biomethane. Puregas Solutions, part of the technology group Wärtsilä, has been contracted for the renewable gas project.
Renewable natural gas production is on the rise in the United States, but new research from the World Resources Institute shows the potential to help fuel heavy-duty trucks and buses is larger than previously thought.
A new map and project database show at least 76 operational renewable natural gas production facilities in the United States and Canada now. That represents an 85% growth from the 41 projects built by 2014, says the Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas. The RNG Coalition, a member-led nonprofit representing the ... Read more »
Bill Gill, assistant vice president for sustainability at Smithfield Foods, shares how efforts including hog waste-to-energy could help the world’s largest pork producer cut GHG emissions — and costs.
Bill Gill, assistant vice president for sustainability at Smithfield Foods, shares how two major agronomics efforts could help the world’s largest pork producer cut GHG emissions — and costs.
A newly completed swine waste-to-energy project in North Carolina is producing pipeline quality biogas from hog farms — and using that to generate electricity for Duke Energy customers.