New biogas plant in Norway will produce biomethane for buses

2014 February 13

The biomethane plant outside Oslo uses Wärtsilä-Hamworthy liquefaction technology .. Stig Jarnes photo courtesy Wärtsilä

A biogas liquefaction plant supplied by Wärtsilä is to produce biofuel for buses in Norway. By being able to convert household food waste into liquid biomethane, this new liquefaction plant is able to produce enough fuel to run 135 buses. As a result, carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions will be reduced by some 10,000 tons a year. Read more at