Renewable Natural Gas Projects

More projects to increase the supply of renewable natural gas (RNG) have been announced in Florida and South Dakota, as investments continue in technologies to produce a low-carbon fuel that could replace diesel and other fossil fuels.

OPAL Fuels, headquartered in White Plains, New York, on Jan. 5 announced it has completed the ramp-up period of what the renewable fuels supply company said is the first landfill gas-to-RNG facility in Florida.

At the same time, UGI Corp., through its UGI Energy Services (UGIES) subsidiary, said its joint venture partnership—MBL Bioenergy—is set to develop the second and third clusters of dairy manure waste-to-RNG projects in South Dakota. The groups initially announced what they call the Moody RNG cluster project in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in May 2022.

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