This private energy developer wanted to create a new facility to produce renewable natural gas (RNG) and needed assistance with design, procurement, construction, installation, and commissioning. Our team faced two challenges with this project: designing the new facility to accept and treat biogas simultaneously from two separate farms; and for a potential future expansion to accept additional biogas trucked in from other RNG facilities. The scope of work included design and installation of a transfer site and upgrading facility, biogas drying and transfer facility, and pipeline injection facility. Project features included a gas compression system and gas process skids for removal of H2O, H2S, and CO2 to reach pipeline-quality requirements for the product biogas. The facility now collects biogas from dairy manure, cleans and compresses the biogas to pipeline-quality standards, and injects the cleaned biogas directly into a pipeline.
Key Project Aspects
System produces 600 SCFM of RNG
Metering of outgoing renewable gas