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Topsoe and Standard Gas sign MoU to collaborate on renewable natural gas and methanol project

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Topsoe has signed a MoU with Standard Gas, a decarbonisation technology company, to collaborate on a UK-based project to produce renewable natural gas and methanol from residual waste feedstocks.
Under the terms of the MoU, Topsoe will provide the technologies, engineering, equipment items and catalysts that will enable the synthesis gas produced by Standard Gas to be processed into valuable products such as methane and methanol.
The process of renewable natural gas production will additionally produce biochar, which captures and removes carbon and can be sequestered in valuable products for the agricultural, construction and environmental industries.
Standard Gas will develop and obtain all appropriate approvals, licenses, funding and offtake agreements needed to implement the project. Standard Gas will either own and operate the potential project or license to a third-party owner.
Peter Vang Christensen, senior vice-president, clean fuels and chemical at Topsoe, said:
“We are thrilled to be working with Standard Gas to address waste management, which continues to be a significant challenge to society.
“Standard Gas' visionary approach to waste management aligns with our own aspirations to be a global leader in carbon emission reduction technologies. This MoU marks another step forward in our shared commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship.”
Laurence Sharrock, technical director at Standard Gas, said: “Topsoe is a perfect partner for this project given the company’s long, successful track record in the research and development of chemical process technology, which it has licensed on a global scale. Our SG100 technology has a significant contribution to make in combatting Climate Change, achieving net-zero, and by converting municipal waste to a valuable feedstock without gaseous carbon emissions, it also benefits the UK economy’s efforts to become circular and regenerative.”






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