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Shell bio-LNG Now Available in the Netherlands (Int'l. Report)
Royal Dutch Shell
Date: 2022-02-18
Royal Dutch Shell reports that with the startup of Netherlands-based Nordsol's bio-LNG installation at Amsterdam Westpoort, Shell is the first transportation fuel retailer to offer bio-LNG , mixed with regular LNG, in the Netherlands.

The Nordsol plant opened in Fall 2021 and is the first bio-LNG production facility in the Netherlands. Shell, a minority investor in Nordsol, distributes the bio-LNG fuel and plans to offer pure bio-LNG through its entire fueling stations network in the Netherlands and Germany by mid 2023. Shell is presently constructing Europe's largest bio-LNG production plant in Godorf, Germany. (Source: Royal Dutch Shell, PR Feb., 2022)Contact: Royal Dutch Shell,; Nordsol, +31 (0)30-2029670,,

More Low-Carbon Energy News Royal Dutch Shell,  bio-RNG,  RNG,  LNG,  

Netherlands' First Bio-LNG Plant Commissioned (Int'l. Report)
Nordsol, Shell, Renwi
Date: 2021-10-18
In the Netherlands, Nordsol, Shell and UK-based waste management firm Renewi are reporting the opening of the country's first bio-LNG plant on Renewi's site in Amsterdam Westpoort is now in service.

The facility will produce roughly 3.4 kilotons of bio-LNG annually -- sufficient fuel for 13 million kilometres of driving and avoiding approximately 14.3 kilotons of CO2 from entering the atmosphere. (Source: Nordsol, Shell and Renewi, PR, Websites, Bioenergy News, 15 Oct., 2021) Contact: Nordsol, +31 30 202 9670,; Renewi,

More Low-Carbon Energy News Nordsol,  Shell,  Renwi,  Bio-LNG,  LNG,  Biogas,  

Dutch bio-LNG Installation Construction Underway (Int'l. Report)
Renewi, Nordsol, Shell
Date: 2020-11-20
Nordsol is reporting construction is underway on the Netherlands' first bio-LNG installation in Westpoort, Amsterdam. The installation, which is expected to come online within one year, will produce 3.4 kt of bio-LNG per year.

Using Nordsol technology, biogas -- 60 pct methane and 40 pct CO2 -- extracted from organic waste is converted into bio-LNG and liquid bio-CO2, a transparent and fair supply chain. The technology makes it possible to efficiently separate pure methane from the biogas and liquefy it into bio-LNG. The CO2 by-product is then reused in the market, therefore ensuring an additional reduction in CO2 emissions, leading to a 100 pct CO2 neutral fuel. (Source: Nordsol, Website PR, Nov., 2020) Contact: Nordsol, +31 268 800 408,,

More Low-Carbon Energy News Nordsol ,  bio-LNG,  Methane,  Biogas,  

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