Greenlane Renewables Awarded $12.1 Million Contract For Renewable Natural Gas Project

Greenlane Renewables (TSX: GRN) is closing out the year on a high note, having just secured an additional contract in British Columbia. The firm has seen the award of a $12.1 million contract from FortisBC Energy.

The contract will see the company supply a biogas upgrading system for the Vancouver landfill as part of a new project being established by FortisBC. The company is to supply what is referred to as a two stage pressure swing adsorption system, enabling landfill gas to be converted to renewable natural gas that will then be injected into a regional natural gas pipeline operated by FortisBC.

The energy company is undertaking the project as a means of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030.

Fulfillment of the project is expected to begin immediately, with a timeline for completion not being provided by Greenlane.

Greenlane Renewables last traded at $1.18 on the TSX.

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