biogas as a source for bio-LNG production

We provide you with installations to produce biomethane from biogas, that is suitable as a fuel for cars (compressed) and trucks (liquified: bio-LNG).

The search for alternative local biofuels is ongoing. We provide you with installations to produce biomethane from biogas, that is suitable as a fuel for cars (compressed) and trucks (liquified: bio-LNG). It can also be injected into the local natural gas distribution system. Our system uses membrane filter technology.

bio-LNG production: integrated concepts

We support our customers in every phase of a biomass project, from orientation to exploitation, for (turn-key) installations on a farm scale and larger. We are involved in the realization of ethanol production plants, pyrolyses plants, biogas plants, biomass combustion plants, water purification systems, and combinations of these and other technologies. In addition, we draw expertise from a wide network of experts, providing up to date knowledge, including biomass production (e.g. rape seed, corn, wood) and biomass pelletizing. We develop and design integrated concepts, taking into account biomass production, biomass certification and technological possibilities. Our installations are in operation to the full satisfaction of our clients.

Types of biomass for bio-LNG production

Biogas can be generated from different resources. Instead of being tied to a certain crop type, farmers can adapt flexibly to different framework conditions. Plant operators can integrate businesses from the local community to procure substrates. Substrates can be collected from regional food processors and agricultural businesses. For example, agricultural substrates can be products like grass, manure, straw, et cetera. Industrial wastes which can be digested are for example slaughter wastes, high concentrated organic liquids, food waste and sludge from a waste water treatment plant.

Residue Processing

Fermentation residues can be processed into valuable products. Solids will be separated and dried to be used as a compost-like material. The separated water can be used as a liquid fertilizer or processed into potable water.