Sysgaz opens up a whole new playing field for liquefied fuels serving industrial and trucking companies by enabling the transformation of multiple methane gas sources into Renewable LNG (R-LNG).
Beginning in 2009, Sysgaz started development of a new technology called the R-LNG Process with the goal of bundling its existing proprietary technologies with innovative processes to create an all-in-one solution, encompassing landfill gas production, upgrading and liquefaction systems within a single integrated plant.
In order to leverage readily available biogas from landfills and anaerobic digesters in remote locations, our liquefaction plants are designed to be small enough to serve niche markets in these areas, yet flexible enough to use any mixture of methane gas sources.
While the R-LNG Process primary target is the transformation of raw renewable methane gas into low carbon fuels, it can also produce Renewable LNG (R-LNG) using biomethane sourced from a low pressure pipeline.
In 2012, Sysgaz deployed its latest Integrated Landfill Gas Production System featuring innovative gas quality control capabilities.
We are now building our first small scale liquefaction plant in Dolbeau-Mistassini, in northern Quebec. It will produce one ton per day (1 TPD) of renewable liquefied gas from landfill gas, highlighting the flexibility and cost-effectiveness of our all-in-one solution.
Our next step: build a commercial liquefaction plant with a 10-25 ton per day production capacity in 2019.