LBG filling station

Get maximum energy with liquid biogas

Application

Refuel heavy truck traffic with liquid biogas

With LBG (Liquefied BioGas) we achieve the same climate improvements as with compressed biogas (CBG). The advantage is that the biogas in liquid form at ~ -160 degrees Celsius has a much higher energy density and thus larger amounts of energy can be refueled in trucks that can reach up to 160 miles on one tank.

The liquid biogas is stored in a large cryogenic tank that can almost be compared to an perfect thermos where a vacuum between tank layers insulates the cooled methane gas with minimal heating as a result. The small heating that nevertheless takes place can be actively cooled down with even colder liquid nitrogen gas. Or even better, the evaporation to gaseous form can be used directly to enable refueling of compressed vehicle gas.

Refueling of LBG takes place via a dispenser that can deliver the liquid biogas according to the respective truck manufacturer’s technology choice. In addition to the direct LBG refueling, the station can also advantageously serve as a CBG back-up or via a decompression unit supply a nearby industry with biogas.

Latest news

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New Bio-LNG refueling station in Norrköping with a climate-smart solution for the boil-off

October 2022
We have built a new pressure regulation facility for Örebro municipality where liquid biogas can be vaporized as back-up and distributed via the local gas network.

LBG evaporation as pressure regulation in Örebro’s gas network

October 2022
We have built a new pressure regulation facility for Örebro municipality where liquid biogas can be vaporized as back-up and distributed via the local gas network.

A “Usain Bolt decompression facility” that stands in the starting block all year round

June 2022
Before the summer, we commissioned a new decompression plant for Gasum in Nynäshamn as a back-up solution that can start at a second’s notice with a flow of 4000 kg/h.

New delivery of high pressure CNG station

May 2022
During May, we were able to commission a new compressor station in southern Sweden. This station will have the ability to compress vehicle gas to a pressure of 600 bar and will be used for long-term tests in engine development.

Modernization and expansion of RNG refueling points Sobacken, Borås

March 2022
During last week, we were able to complete the first stage of Borås Energi & Miljö’s upgrade of the over night refueling with biomethane of the municipality’s garbage trucks.

Start-up of new biogas filling station in Hämeenlinna, Finland

February 2022
Last week we were able to start up our new biogas filling station in Hämeenlinna in a beautiful winter landscape…