By liquefying biogas on site and storing it temporarily, continuous production is guaranteed, regardless of the availability or capacity of a gas network. The bio-LNG will be picked up regularly by road tanker and delivered locally and directly to the nearest LNG filling station or end user.
Important contributors to the circularity of onsite bio-LNG production are the co-products bio-CO₂ and biofertilizer. By liquefying and reusing the carbon dioxide from biogas, fossil CO₂ emissions are reduced. By displacing regular fertilizers, fabricated using energy-intensive processes, by biofertilizers, these CO₂ emissions will decrease even more. This also exemplifies the intersection of where profit meets purpose.