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BTS Biogas and ENGIE sign MoU

The MoU signals the commitment of BTS Biogas and ENGIE in working together to increase their decarbonisation efforts.



Biogest extends plant operations

Biogest has received two extension orders for plants in the UK, which includes the rebuilding and repurposing of the plants.

 

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FortisBC to offer RNG from wood waste

FortisBC and REN Energy International Corporation have signed an agreement to help provide Renewable Natural Gas to customers in British Columbia, Canada.

Sulzer Chemtech forms new bio-based and renewables team

Sulzer Chemtech is set to lead a team which will look into the application and development of bio-based chemicals and renewables through the conversion of renewable feedstocks into oleo-chemicals, biofuels, bio-chemicals and bio-polymers.

Biogest to build biogas plant in Turkey

Biogest has received its first order to build an agricultural biogas plant near Ankara in Turkey, in cooperation with Enerlinc Ltd.

The Diesel Technology Forum comments on US emissions reductions

According to the Diesel Technology Forum, states in the US that have enacted greenhouse gas emissions reduction programmes for the transportation sector, including low-carbon fuel requirements, are realising significant reductions in CO2 emissions.