The planned LBG plant will produce 100 GWh of liquid biogas (LBG), 13,678 tons of liquid bio-CO2 and 155,000 tons of bio-fertilizer and could already be in operation by mid-2025.
Biogy Solutions is a Norwegian company which has ambitious plans to build several LBG plants in Norway. – We have been working on a location in the Stavanger area since August last year, and it is therefore very gratifying for us to finally be able to inform about our plans, says Antoine Forcinal, CEO of Biogy Solutions AS.
Stavanger and Rogaland are natural locations for establishing our first production facility in Norway, says Jan Kåre Pedersen, who is Executive Chairman of Biogy Solutions AS. – Considering all the expertise the Norwegian energy capital has to offer, with forward-looking authorities with clear plans and targets in the climate area, and not least an important agricultural sector in Rogaland, he explains.