Palm Oil Plantation

Palm oil waste (POME) produces gas for boilers

Sustainable energy from Biomass residue can be a valuable source of income for plantation and mill owners. The feedstock, especially from palm oil mill effluent (POME), can easily be fermented from which Biogas is produced. After anaerobic digestion the biogas can be upgraded by a Carborex®MS system, to produce biomethane. Biomethane can be injected in the gas grid, but with an extra technology added it can be compressed to Bio-CNG as vehicle fuel or even Bio-LNG. As such, it can be an easy and reliable source of income for companies that are already successful in the palm oil sector.

Biogas Upgrading and liquefaction
Project: Different projects, in process, pre-engineering and contracting
Feedstock: POME, waste from palm oil production
Carborex®MS, Carborex®CNG
Product: Green gas for boilers on the plantations, or vehicle fuel for trucks.

Francois Hubert - Global Sales & Marketing Director

Francois Hubert – Global Sales & Marketing Director

With over 20 years of experience, Francois is a true expert when it comes to biogas upgrading. He has a solid background in research & development, project and mechanical engineering and has an impressive track record in the biogas industry. Francois is solution-oriented and has extensive experience with various technologies for biogas upgrading and CO2 treatment.

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Coen Meijers – Business Development Manager

Coen Meijers – Business Development Manager

With his extensive experience and his passion for a sustainable future and renewable energies such as biogas and biomethane, Coen has some very prestigious projects he can write to his name. Among them is the very first commercial biogas upgrading plant using high selective membranes to HRH, Prins Charles. This plant in Poundbury, Dorset is providing 56.000 homes with green gas, biomethane.

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