BioSNG production generally involves the following steps:
The BioSNG pilot and commercial plants in Swindon use oxy-steam fluidised bed gasification and a plasma converter to remove tars and vitrify ash and heavy metals. Wet scrubbing systems are used for bulk removal of acid and alkaline contaminants and a series of guard beds are used for final polishing. A sweet water gas shift is followed by a series of methanation reactors. In the pilot plant a pressure swing adsorbtion system is used to remove carbon dioxide, but in the commercial facility a chemical scrubbing system is used.
There are a number of projects in Europe and the USA that produce BioSNG. The 20 MW GoBiGas facility in Sweden is producing renewable gas from wood residues. ENGIE has committed substantial funds to a facility in France which is nearing completion of the construction phase and a further plant is under development in Holland. Uniquely, our projects are focused on the conversion of waste derived biomass to BioSNG as this is represents the UK’s largest biomass resource.
The Recycling Waste World online publication is backing our green gas revolution. Read the full coverage here.Read more
The Energy and Environment Management publication has picked up on our latest green gas developments. Read their article here.Read more
National Grid has highlighted the success of gogreengas on their website. You can read their press release here.Read more
Three of the UK’s leading energy bodies, the Energy Networks Association (ENA), the Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA) and the Institution of gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM), recently welcomed the start of construction of a commercial BioSNG plant in...Read more
The kind people over at Business Green have featured the latest developments of gogreengas on their website. You can read the coverage here.Read more
The Ethical Corporation have included gogreengas in their ‘WeeklyWatch’ feature. The story of gogreengas has been highlighted alongside other ethical businesses such as Cadbury and Walkers. Scroll down and read the coverage here.Read more
The Institution of Mechnical Engineers have focused in on the latest developments of our gogreengas commercial demonstration plant. You can read the article here.Read more