Biogas Upgrading Outcomes

Upgraded biogas, or biomethane, is a versatile energy source. Biomethane can help curb greenhouse gas emissions as the reliance on burning fossil fuels for energy declines.

Biomethane’s resulting renewable by-product, bio-CO2, can be stored or used to produce products. Creating bio-CO2
from a sustainable, organic source will help reduce harmful carbon emissions and reliance on fossil fuel-based CO2.

Pentair Biogas Upgrading Scheme

Biomethane as a renewable energy 

Upon upgrading, the resulting biomethane has similar specifications as natural gas.
This makes it fully compatible with the existing natural gas infrastructure and a sustainable replacement for fossil fuels. 
Pentair Biogas Upgrading Scheme Gas to Grid

Biomethane as a renewable fuel

Biomethane can also be used as fuel–either Renewable Compressed Natural Gas (Renewable or Bio-CNG) or Renewable Liquid Natural Gas (Renewable or Bio-LNG).
This helps to eliminate fossil fuel-based carbon emissions in industrial and domestic environments, transportation, electricity and heat production.
Pentair Biogas Upgrading Scheme CNG
Pentair Biogas Upgrading Scheme LNG


In combination with Pentair CO2 Technology, you can obtain an additional carbon intensity lowering revenue stream known as bio-CO2. Bio-CO2 can be subsequently recovered from the biogas upgrading process. 

It can then be used across various applications, such as dry ice production, beverage carbonation, or transporting perishable goods.