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Ongoing Project - Fair Oaks Farms, Indiana, USA
Biogas plant will treat cattle manure and C5 molasses from 2nd generation ethanol plant. The plant includes separation process with decanters, ammonia stripping, and gas upgrad­ing to truck fuel.
Engineering, support during construction, start-up and running-in.
Pre-engineering started.

2019 - Trenton Biofuels, New Jersey, USA
Ongoing project
Biogas and separation plant including screw press and ammonia stripper as well as food waste pre-treatment.
Engineering and support for procurement and construction phase. Responsible for start-up and commissioning.
Capacity: 300 t / day (food waste and other organic waste).
Output: 1.1 MWel / hour and an additional 1,000 m3 of biogas per hour, upgraded to bio methane (natural gas quality) and sold to the gas grid.
Built in 2019
Commissioning: 2019/2020
https://trentonbiogas.com/

2018 - Nature Energy Månsson, Denmark

Capacity: 410 t / day (Slurry, vegetable waste, deep bedding, potato pulp). Gas Production: DKK 6 million m3 bio methane gas per year. Process responsible advisor and technology supplier at the biogas part and solids reception
Detail Design 2016.
Construction phase and start up in 2017.
Commissioning 2018.

2015 & 2016 - Blaabjerg Biogas, Denmark
Existing joint biogas plant.
Turnkey contract.
2015: New 9 km gas pipeline to new customers
2016: New 5,000 m3 digester.
Capacity: 700-800 tonnes/day (manure, corn silage, and other organic waste).
Energy production: 4.2 MW power.

2012 - Fremont Community Digester, Michigan, USA
Biogas-, and nutrient recovery plant and pretreatment system treat­ing vegetable waste.
Engineering, supervision during construction, start-up and running-in.
Capacity: 350 tonnes/day (vegetable waste, manure, organic industrial waste).
Energy production: 3 MW power

2011 – Blaabjerg Biogas, Denmark
Existing joint biogas plant.
Turnkey contract.
New 5,000 m3 digester, new desulphu­ri­zation system and new 1.4 MW gas engine.
Capacity: 500 tonnes/day (manure, corn silage, and organic waste).
Energy production: Up to 2.8 MW power. 

2011 - Allter Power, Poland
Biogas plants in combination with an ethanol plant.
Engineering, supervision of construction. Start-up and running-in.
New biogas plant with 5,800 m3 digester capacity.
Capacity: 230 tonnes/day (stillage, manure, vegetable waste, and beet pulp)
Energy production: 1.6 MW power.

2010 - KURANA, Lithuania
Biogas and nutrient recovery plant integ­rated with a bio-ethanol plant.
The first biorefinery project in the world.
Engineering and supervision of construction. Start-up and running-in.
New plant with 5 x 5,000 m3 digesters - Separation: Decanter centrifuge, ammonia stripper, reverse osmosis.
Capacity: 800 tonnes/day (whole stillage and organic waste)
Energy production: 4 MW power and 7 MW steam.

1996/2009 - Blaabjerg Biogas, Denmark
Existing joint biogas plant.
Built in 1996 and expanded in 2009.
Engineering and supervision of construction.
New 5,000 m3 digester and rebuilding of existing 2 x 2,500 m3 digesters.
Capacity: 400 tonnes/day (manure, corn silage, and organic waste).
Energy production: 1.4 MW power.

1990 - Linkogas, Denmark
Existing joint biogas plant.
Poul Ejner Rasmussen was project manager during construction.
Capacity (now): 700 tonnes/day (manure, corn silage, and organic waste). 
Energy production (now): 3.0 MW power.