Danish duo pursues liquid green gas from PtX waste product

Kosan Gas and European Energy have joined forces to convert waste gases from sustainable aviation fuel production into liquefied biogas. A unique project and potentially fine case for Kosan’s customers, says commercial manager.

Kosan Gas and European Energy plan to make liquid green gas for industrial offtakers. The gas will be made from byproducts stemming from green jet fuel production at Denmark's Port of Aalborg. | Photo: Port of Aalborg

Power-to-X technology is normally, to put it simply, about using electricity to power processes making a range of different end products. A project based in northern Denmark’s Aalborg now seeks to show that useful byproducts arising from PtX processes can be utilized for further decarbonization purposes.

To this end, gas supplier Kosan Gas and green power company European Energy will collaborate on capturing waste gases coming from renewable jet fuel production to instead convert such gases into green fuels. The project has just received funding of DKK 9.7m from Denmark’s Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program (EUDP).

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