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Greenlane secures new $8.3 million biogas upgrading contract for landfill gas in California
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Greenlane announced a new $8.3 million biogas upgrading contract for a customer in California that will upgrade landfill gas to pipeline-spec biomethane for direct injection into the SoCalGas local gas distribution network, meeting the utility’s stringent Rule 30 quality specs. To date, there are no projects upgrading landfill gas for direct injection into the SoCalGas network. In addition, the residual off-gas from the upgrading process will be blended with natural gas to generate on-site power, marking what may be the only RNG project to target 100% methane recovery.
Greenlane also appeared on Robert McWhirter’s Canadian small cap stock segment on BNN Bloomberg, where the portfolio manager discussed Greenlane’s contract win and his outlook on the company, including impressive growth in Greenlane’s contract bid universe and a relatively inexpensive valuation.
The world’s largest cruise ship operator, Carnival, has begun testing anaerobic biodigesters on its ships to improve its food waste practises and environmental record. The trial, which involves three different biodigester machines, is being evaluated on 15 ships, with 12 more planned in the near term. Carnival serves millions of meals each year, so commercial implementation of food waste digestion could significantly reduce Carnival’s environmental impact and carbon footprint.
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