Aemetis connects with next stage of its pipeline with two digesters and supporting infrastructure

January 31, 2023 |

In California, Aemetis, Inc. announced that after completing construction, testing, and commissioning, the company has accepted into service 36 miles of additional biogas pipeline; two biogas digesters, the Biogas-to-Renewable Natural Gas upgrading facility, and the utility gas pipeline interconnection unit.  Two additional dairy digesters will be commissioned and operating in February, with another dairy digester fully operational in March.

Four dairy digesters, approximately 40 miles of biogas pipeline, the central biogas-to-RNG facility and the utility pipeline injection unit are now completed and fully operational, with three more dairy digesters beginning production in February and March.  Aemetis RNG is being sold into the PG&E utility gas pipeline and will be stored underground until Aemetis Biogas receives approval from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) for the issuance of credits under the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS).

The RNG production data collection required for CARB’s Pathway approval process has been completed, and applications will be submitted in February for CARB review and approval.

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