As part of this collaboration, GreenGasUSA will originate RNG, condition the gas to pipeline quality and transport it to the RNG hub. This is underpinned by firm transportation contracts with TC Energy for the transport of RNG. TC Energy will build, own and operate the RNG transportation hubs, developing critical steps towards the acceleration of methane capture projects and thus the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. There are currently 10 RNG interconnects across TC Energy's U.S. Natural Gas footprint with plans to rapidly expand and provide more capability before the end of the year.
The transportation hubs are expected to be under development in several states along TC Energy's 32,700-mile U.S. Natural Gas pipeline system within the next four years. The first hub is targeted for in service in the second quarter of 2023.
(Source: TC Energy, Website Release, 27 April, 2022) Contact: TC Energy, Stan Chapman, VP, Gavin Wylie / Hunter Mau, 403-920-7911 or 800-361-6522, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.tcenergy.com; GreenGasUSA, Marc Fetten, CEO, (307) 201-3516. email@example.com, www.greengasusa.com
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Renewable Natural Gas is produced by capturing methane which is 28 times more damaging to the atmosphere greater than CO2.
As demand for renewable sources of energy continues to increase, GreenGasUSA is committed towards partnering with world class educational institutions and businesses that are committed to environmental stewardship and improving technologies and processes to further reduce carbon emissions. (Source: GreenGasUSA, Website PR, Dec., 2021) Contact: GrenGasUSA, (307) 201-3516. firstname.lastname@example.org, www.greengasusa.com; Duke University, www.duke.edu
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GreenGasUSA produces RNG and provides CNG, pipeline injection services and other low- and zero-emitting energy solutions to industrial, commercial and residential users across the U.S. GreenGas currently owns a natural gas injection point in Georgetown, South Carolina.
(Source: Enviva , PR Website , Oct., 2021) Contact: Enviv, Dr. Jennifer Jenkins, VP, Chief Sustainability Officer, (301) 657-5560, www.envivabiomass.com; GreenGasUSA, Marc Fetten, 412-726-3331, email@example.com, www.greengasusa.com
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The GreenGas project will supply RNG from biomethane currently being off-gassed from roughly 700 million ppy of vegetable food processing wastewater holding ponds at McCall Farms in Effingham, South Carolina. Duke University will use the RNG in its on campus steam plants to replace about 6 pct of the fossil natural gas currently being combusted.
Duke has pledge net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2024. (Source: Duke University, PR, Biocycle, 3 Aug., 2021) Contact: Duke University, Tanja Vujic, WasteNot Strategies, LLC Duke Carbon Offsets Initiative, www.duke.edu; GreenGasUSA, Marc Fetten, 412-726-3331, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.greengasusa.com
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GreenGas USA contracts with agricultural farms, landfills, and industrial and municipal wastewater treatment facilities to collect and treat waste biogas which it sells as pipeline-quality, low-carbon RNG. The company also provides compression, transportation and delivery of natural gas to its customers through its wholly-owned pipeline injection point.
Ingevity will now play an active role in exploring and accelerating the application of its activated carbon-based low pressure adsorbed natural gas (ANG) technology for the storage and transport of natural gas as part of the GreenGas model, according to the release. (Source: Ingevity, PR, May, 2021)
Contact: Ingevity Corp., John Fortson, CEO, 1 84-INGEVITY, www.ingevity.com; GreenGasUSA, Marc Fetten, 412-726-3331, email@example.com, www.greengasusa.com
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