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.
This year’s World Waste To Energy and Resources Summit in London proves to be a landmark occasion for our gogreengas project and our new BioSNG Demonstration Plant. The event takes place on May 22nd and offers the perfect opportunity...Read more
A fantastic way to start the New Year with the Financial Times featuring Advanced Plasma Power’s Gasplasma® technology in a Special Report on its website. The report discusses the landfill epidemic in Europe, and how they could be worth...Read more
Consortium partners win Energy Institute (EI) Technology Award for ground-breaking BioSNG Demonstration Plant in Swindon Plant successfully trialled game-changing technology to make gas from household waste Construction of world’s first commercially operating plant under way with potential for more...Read more
The hard work and construction continues on the BioSNG Commercial Demonstration Plant with some exciting developments. This week, two years after the initial design order was placed with Amec Foster Wheeler Italia (now Wood Group), the BioSNG methanation skids...Read more
Britons looking for an affordable and green way to heat their homes could find the answer in the nation’s dustbins, according to a new report commissioned by gas distribution network Cadent. Black bag domestic rubbish, together with agricultural residues,...Read more
The UK Government last week published its long-awaited response to the Road Transport Fuel Obligation (RTFO) consultation which signals a significant boost to the production of advanced biofuels from waste materials in the UK. This is in line with...Read more
The BioSNG Commercial Demonstration project is progressing well and the plant should start operation in the second half of 2018. Civils work is nearly complete and equipment is starting to arrive. ADI, who are responsible for mechanical and electrical...Read more
Cadent (formerly National Grid Gas Distribution) has hailed the success of the green gas trials in their latest press release: A report into a trial involving the production of gas made from household rubbish has hailed the project a...Read more
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