Tag: RNG

Tacoma looking to produce biogas from wastewater

Tacoma looking to produce biogas from wastewater

December 18, 2017 |

In Washington state, Tacoma is developing a project to produce biogas at its wastewater treatment facility on the Tideflats that would be compressed into renewable natural gas and fed into the natural gas pipeline for use in vehicles. The report says enough RNG could be produced to replace 325,000 gallons of diesel annually. The city […]

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The Gas Rush: Could the US switch fuels over to 51% renewable natural gas?

The Gas Rush: Could the US switch fuels over to 51% renewable natural gas?

September 2, 2015 |

51 percent? Could renewable natural gas get that big? The rationale behind the Eureka!, and some Caveats for all you Emptors. A few years back we lived in the era of the National Energy Solution Summed Up in One Word: it was gasoline, then diesel, then ethanol, or biodiesel. Then there was the Two-Word Era: the craze […]

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The Gas Rush: The Digest’s 2015 8-Slide Guide to Farmatic and the opportunity in renewable natural gas

The Gas Rush: The Digest’s 2015 8-Slide Guide to Farmatic and the opportunity in renewable natural gas

September 2, 2015 |

In a remarkable presentation at the Infocast Methane Bioengineering Summit in San Diego this week (and earlier at the Advanced Bioeconomy Feedstocks Conference in New Orleans, in June), Farmatic CEO Michael Schuppenhauer said that the US could replace up to 51% of its fossil transportation fuel through biogas, and that from crop residues and waste […]

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