‘In the Money’ with Renewable Natural Gas

Kinder Morgan, EIV Capital, GreenFront Energy Partners, Green Impact Partners and Quantum Energy Partners discuss the benefits and challenges of RNG.

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A special device collects and pumps methane and other gases into storage at a landfill. (Source: Roman Mikhailiuk/Shutterstock.com)

Energy companies are finding opportunity in waste, taking it from dairy farms, landfills and other sources to convert it into renewable natural gas (RNG).

The naturally occurring methane is being tapped for gas capture as the energy transition and climate change push parts of the world to lower carbon footprints and emissions. RNG’s appealing carbon profile coupled with access to carbon credits are attracting investors.

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Velda Addison

Velda Addison is the senior editor of digital media for Hart Energy’s editorial team. She covers energy with a focus on renewables.