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Xebec delivers first bioprocessing units to Brightmark RNG and Chevron

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Xebec Adsorption Inc., a Canada-based company, specialized in biogas processing solutions, announced this Wednesday it has delivered the first set of task orders for its BGX-Biostream unit. The delivery comes as Xebec secured a Master Service Agreement with Brightmark RNG Holdings, a joint venture between Brightmark and Chevron.

Firstly, the delivery will serve the demand from Brightmark RNG to produce market renewable natural gas (RNG) across the United States. These first task orders represent the single largest Biostream unit commitment Xebec has received to date.

Moreover, it validates and confirms the product’s leading value in the U.S. market; especially in times during when the natural gas prices are peaking, as well as demand for cleaner sources of energy. The task, as it is delivered to a top RNG developer, further confirms Xebec’s value in this particular context.

In fact, U.S. dairy farms are leading the way in accepting livestock for RNG production. According to the EPA AgSTAR project database, as of May 2021, there are 333 operational and under construction digester projects that accept livestock manure. In addition, of those 333 biogas projects, approximately 98 of them are producing RNG for the CNG transportation market.

Consequently, Xebec’s Biostream solution offers a compelling product; especially for customers looking to take advantage of the entire renewable gas value chain. Indeed, the unit is capable of processing livestock and also animal manure to produce RNG. It is also ideal for green hydrogen, RNG-based production.

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Xebec and its product to leverage rising RNG demand in the U.S.

Furthermore, Xebec’s BGX-Biostream features a containerized and modular design, perfect for the North American agriculture industry; for farmers looking to maximize revenue and gain peace of mind with the support of Xebec’s local Cleantech Service Network.

According to the statement, Xebec delivered 18 of these units to Brightmark RNG. The units will be deployed across 10 dairy RNG projects in Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, and South Dakota. About such matter, Kurt Sorschak, Xebec Adsorption Inc., said. “Dairy-based RNG has the potential to generate higher returns compared to other renewable gas projects such as landfills, wastewater treatment plants, and source-separated organics facilities.”

He also remarked. “We are excited to be the biogas upgrading technology provider to such a high-profile partnership within the RNG industry.”

Finally, Bob Powell, CEO & Founder of Brightmark, concluded. “As the most carbon-negative fuel on a lifecycle basis available on the market today, RNG is an essential tool in our global efforts to combat climate change, and to do that, we have to establish strong partnerships with companies like Xebec that share our vision for this sector’s tremendous advancement opportunities.”

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