Nature Energy, a Danish energy company with a focus on green solutions, has joined the growing list of companies partnering with Bunker Holding Group, Kosan Crisplant and Port of Frederikshavn to develop an advanced Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) liquefaction plant to be established at the port of Frederikshavn, Denmark, in 2018. The project aims to transform biogas from gaseous to liquid state, thereby enabling greener transport.
LNG from the plant will be used for marine transportation in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, for example, as well as enabling greener road transport in Scandinavia.
Nature Energy will be supplying the biogas (renewable natural gas) for the plant. The company is currently building biogas plants throughout the country and is entering into partnerships which will provide green solutions, e.g. in the fields of waste management, heat supply, and gas for transport purposes.
From December 2016, the partnership, which has been named Nordic Liquefaction (Nordliq), has been expanded to include Nature Energy. This company has many years’ experience with selling and distributing natural gas to Danish industrial and private customers; furthermore, in recent years, the company has become a leader in the production of Danish biogas. This will ensure that the new facility will feature Danish-produced green energy in form of LBG (liquefied biogas).
The design of the facility is planned for 2017, while commissioning is scheduled for the end of 2018.
(Source: Nature Energy)