ENGIE provides bio-LNG to industrial group for the first time in France
EBA member ENGIE now provides chemical company CHRYSO with bio-LNG coming from sludge of a sewage treatment plant in Valenton, in the southeastern suburbs of Paris.
The generated bio-LNG is delivered to the CHRYSO site of Sermaises-du-Loiret, in north-central France, by tanker. Since 2014, the site has been using LNG coming from ENGIE instead of heating oil, reducing its CO2 emissions by 25%. The use of bio-LNG is another step towards a greater decarbonisation of the site and the reduction of its environmental impacts.
Read more here (in French).