Total Energies and Veolia enter biomethane partnership


Total Energies and Veolia have signed an agreement in February under which they plan to produce biomethane from Veolia’s waste and water treatment plants operating in more than 15 countries. The partners said they will develop and jointly invest in a portfolio of international projects to produce up to 1.5 terawatt hours (TWh) of biomethane per year from organic waste by 2025. The methane produced is expected to be equivalent to the average annual consumption of 500,000 residents and in preventing the consumption of natural gas, cut annual CO2 emissions by around 200,000 tonnes. Total intends to market the biomethane as a renewable fuel or as a substitute for natural gas in other applications.

As part of this agreement, the two companies said they would pool their industrial know-how: Veolia is to contribute its expertise in the production and processing of biogas from its facilities, and Total Energies its experience, which spans the biomethane value chain from project development to the marketing of biomethane and its by-products such as biofertilisers and “bioCO2”....

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