Tag: GIDARA Energy

GIDARA Energy secures major Dutch subsidy for CCU at Advanced Methanol Amsterdam facility

GIDARA Energy secures major Dutch subsidy for CCU at Advanced Methanol Amsterdam facility

May 11, 2022 |

In the Netherlands, GIDARA Energy and OCAP (subsidiary of Linde Gas) announce that a sustainable energy transition subsidy scheme (SDE++) has been granted for the CO2 capturing and distribution for Carbon Capture and Utilization (CCU) at the Advanced Methanol Amsterdam (AMA) Facility, with a maximum subsidy grant amount of 110 million euro. The subsidy is […]

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GIDARA Energy and Port of Rotterdam announce Advanced Methanol Rotterdam

GIDARA Energy and Port of Rotterdam announce Advanced Methanol Rotterdam

April 20, 2022 |

In the Netherlands, GIDARA Energy and the Port of Rotterdam are pleased to announce GIDARA’s next advanced biofuels facility in The Netherlands: Advanced Methanol Rotterdam. Located in the Port of Rotterdam, the plant will convert non-recyclable waste into advanced methanol. The advanced methanol achieves CO2 emission reductions outlined in the Renewable Energy Directive II (RED […]

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GIDARA Energy teams with PARO, bp and Linde on Advanced Methanol Amsterdam

GIDARA Energy teams with PARO, bp and Linde on Advanced Methanol Amsterdam

July 1, 2021 |

In the Netherlands, GIDARA Energy announced a collaboration between its Advanced Methanol Amsterdam (“AMA”) facility and key players in the value chain from non-recyclable waste to advanced methanol: PARO, bp and Linde. Together with AMA, Amsterdam-based waste treatment company PARO will pelletize the non-recyclable waste to be used as feedstock in the facility. The Pelletized […]

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GIDARA Energy announces first advanced methanol facility in Amsterdam

GIDARA Energy announces first advanced methanol facility in Amsterdam

June 10, 2021 |

In the Netherlands, GIDARA Energy announced its first advanced biofuels facility in Amsterdam; Advanced Methanol Amsterdam (“AMA”). The plant will convert non-recyclable waste into advanced methanol. This product will be used for fuel blending, and therefore meet governmental objectives to achieve CO2 emission reductions as defined in the RED II and translated in national legislations. […]

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