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More Xebec Biogas in South Korea

June 29, 2013 in Biofuels, Biomethane, CNG by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Second Biogas Upgrading Installation for the Transport Sector

Montreal-based Xebec Adsorption says it’s commissioned another biogas-to-compressed natural gas upgrading facility in South Korea.

Canada’s Xebec reports commissioning its second biogas-to-CNG facility in South Korea.

Canada’s Xebec reports commissioning its second biogas-to-CNG facility in South Korea.

The Daegu City installation upgrades biogas to biomethane to produce CNG for city buses and other public vehicles. Xebec’s biogas upgrading system processes enough raw biogas from food waste – taking it to pipeline quality – to displace approximately 7.2 million liters or 2 million gallons of fossil fuel annually.

Xebec (Toronto:XBC) says that the Daegu City upgrading installation is its second in South Korea providing renewable gas to the transport sector.

A large capacity biogas upgrading plant by Xebec Adsorption – click image for interactive version.

A large capacity biogas upgrading plant by Xebec Adsorption – click image for interactive version.

Xebec’s BGX units are containerized small scale biogas plants providing

  • onsite fuel and energy production;
  • a zero emission option – no flare required (includes microturbine);
  • a containerized low cost solution – “plug and play;”
  • optional ongoing maintenance and operations support; and
  • may be applied to farm digesters, wastewater treatment plants, and landfills.

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Source: Xebec with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

Posted in Biofuels, Biomethane, CNG.

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