Certarus, RNG Moovers Agree on Delivery of Renewable Natural Gas

Special to P&GJ

Certarus will be responsible for the delivery of renewable natural gas (RNG) from several dairy farms in California to gas pipeline injection points, where it will help to meet the growing demand for lower carbon intensity fuel, according to a five-year contract Cetarus agreed to with RNG Moovers, a project under the joint venture between Aria Energy and BP Products North America.

"Each of the partners involved in the RNG Moovers project bring a unique set of skills and experience that make it possible to capture methane, produce biogas, and deliver it to market,” said Certarus President and CEO Curtis Philippon. “Being able to support major developers in the RNG space allows Certarus to demonstrate our capabilities in the safe transportation of high-pressure gases, while enabling the growth of the RNG market.”

Certarus provides a cost-effective solution to make RNG distribution viable even when a pipeline is not available, he said.

"Partnering with world class organizations like Certarus to provide logistics transporting biogas where pipelines are not viable is one of the keys to continued execution of Aria's development of low carbon fuel resources," said Richard DiGia, President and CEO of Aria Energy.

Producing biogas from farm waste, rather than allowing it to decompose and release methane into the atmosphere, helps to lower harmful greenhouse gas emissions. When produced from agricultural sources, RNG is a carbon-negative fuel solution that can be utilized by transportation companies working to cut their carbon footprint.

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