El Musel LNG terminal has received a favorable resolution from the Ministry for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge – in accordance with the provisions of the first additional provision of Royal Decree 335/2018 of May 25 – for the Administrative Authorization of El Musel LNG terminal in Gijón.
GENSA (Gasoductos y Estaciones del Norte), a 100% Mexican company created more than 35 years ago, has 15 business lines in which they provide design, manufacturing, operation, maintenance, upgrading and technical advice services in Regulation Stations, City Gate, interconnections, pipelines and turnkey projects of natural gas.
The first two Scania biogas engines mean a huge commitment to the circular economy. It begins with the sowing of the seed to convert it into food for the animals, then it works with the manure, which is introduced into one of the biodigesters. At the end of the process, the biogas obtained is transformed into electricity through generator sets with Scania engines.
According to Sedigas’ new report ‘Study of biomethane production capacity in Spain,’ the country has the potential to produce 163 TWh/year of biomethane, which would cover around 45% of the national demand for natural gas and whose development could have meant savings of 4,000 million euros for consumers on their energy bills in 2022.
The project includes the installation of an electrolysis plant powered by 100% renewable energy at the old Meirama thermal power plant in Cerceda. The green hydrogen will be used by the Repsol refinery in A Coruña, as well as in other industries, in injection into the gas network to be mixed with natural gas and in mobility.
There are growing choices in the commercial vehicle space that can help fleets reduce their overall transportation emissions. It can be a difficult space to navigate, whether a fleet is trying to keep up with tighter emission regulations or meet corporate ESG and sustainability goals. The complexities around incorporating lower carbon fuel types, training drivers,…
Greenlane Renewables Inc. has signed new contracts with a combined value of US$10.5 million for the supply of its biogas upgrading technology for two landfill gas-to-renewable natural gas projects in South America. Greenlane will supply two water wash upgrading systems, the largest in its product line, each capable of processing enough landfill gas to produce…