DUBLIN--June 19, 2013: Research and Markets (Bio Natural ) has announced the addition of the "The Bio Natural Gas Opportunity: Developing Baseload Renewable Power" report to their offering.
“The Bio Natural Gas Opportunity: Developing Baseload Renewable Power”
This report examines Bio Natural Gas (BNG); looking at issues such as addressable market, applications, advantages and drawbacks and identifies emerging BNG companies worldwide. It also makes specific recommendations for utilities and large corporations, investors, entrepreneurs, natural gas companies, feedstock suppliers and others.
A form of renewable gas with limited usefulness or scale is being made today in small quantities from a variety of biomass materials, including landfills and animal operations, and is being largely used on-site at landfills and dairies. However, a new crop of startups are quietly working to create BNG in large quantities from forestry by-products, agricultural waste, wastewater biosolids, and curbside organics in the municipal waste stream, and are aiming for their end products to be moved and burned using existing natural gas transmission from injection site to burner tip.
If BNG produced by vendors profiled in this report and elsewhere can reach scalability and leverage the global natural gas infrastructure, renewable natural gas could become one of the most valuable renewable fuels for electric power generation and other applications. How could your organization profit from this, or manage risk in the face of it?
The Report Includes:
-The important distinction between bio natural gas and gas from anaerobic digestion and landfill gas
-Market opportunity sizing
-Profiles of leading players
-Economic analysis of bio natural gas vs. other energy sources
-Identification of 16 leading companies
-Analysis of feedstocks, including agricultural waste, municipal wastewater, municipal solid waste and forestry biomass
-Utilities and large corporations pursuing renewable baseload power
-Anaerobic digester and landfill gas equipment vendors
-California Public Utilities Commission
-Emera Energy Services
-Nova Scotia Department of Energy
-The Gas Technology Institute
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