ExxonMobil has acquired a 49% stake in Biojet AS, a company that plans to convert forestry and wood-based construction waste into lower-emission biofuels.
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The companies have signed an agreement to transform 9000 tpy of Martinican waste into renewable hydrogen.
The facility will enable the development of low-carbon, market-ready bioenergy products and carbon-negative energy systems.
Enerdyne Power Systems, a Landfill Group company, has started the construction of an RNG project in South Carolina, US.
The companies will establish a hydrogen production centre of excellence in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia.
The company’s cranes will be used during construction of one of the world’s largest Waste-to-Energy plants, located in Dubai, UAE.