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Biogas to Biomethane

What is Biogas to Biomethane?

Biogas to Biomethane is the biogas technology that is also referred to as "Biogas Processing" - which is the process of purifying biogas into biomethane.  The process of cleaning up biogas into biomethane removes the impurities of raw biogas, such as; H2S, CO2, nitrogen, siloxanes, H20, and other impurities.  This then makes the cleaned up biogas, "biomethane" which is indistinguishable from natural gas (methane - CH4).  The biomethane is now useable as a fuel or can be injected into a natural gas pipeline as it is now considered "pipeline quality gas."

What is a Biogas Plant?

To understand what a biogas plant is, we must first define what biogas is. 

What is Biogas?

Biogas is the "crude methane" that is generated from landfills (landfill gas) or from anaerobic digesters (also called "methane digesters").  In both landfills and anaerobic digesters, the biogas is generated without oxygen, hence the name, "anaerobic." 

A "biogas plant" refers to having one or more "anaerobic digesters" at a facility that is treating/processing; agricultural waste, bakery waste, brewery waste, food waste, manure, and sewage sludge from wastewater treatment plants.

It should be pointed out that the biogas or "crude methane" generated from anaerobic digesters has zero value and cannot be used as a fuel, or sold to a gas company.  This is due to the fact that the biogas produced from the anaerobic digesters contains a large number of contaminants including H2S, siloxanes, carbon dioxide and nitrogen.  If used as a fuel in an engine or turbine, the engine or turbine would quickly fail.  So, the crude biogas, must be cleaned to "pipeline quality gas" through the use of "natural gas treating" equipment, also referred to as "biogas to biomethane" equipment, that upgrades the biogas into biomethane, which is then a useful product that can be sold as pipeline quality gas or used as a fuel in engines or turbines.


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Anaerobic Digesters  *  Biogas Plants  *  Biogas Processing  Biomethane  *  Gas Dehydration  Gas Sweetening

H2S Removal  Iron Sponge  *  Methane Recovery  Pipeline Quality Gas  *  Sewage Sludge  *  Wastewater Treatment


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