needs. Right now, we are developing the front-end engineering design package for our project in San Joaquin Valley of California to convert agricultural waste biomass into renewable natural gas.
Natural gas is an ideal biofuel as it can go into a pipeline system, which is similar to a power grid in many ways. “Once it’s in the pipeline, it can be bought by anyone connected to that pipeline,” said TJ Paskach, President of San Joaquin Renewables and Chief Technology Officer at Frontline BioEnergy. “That means almost anyone can use our biofuel, from buildings and homeowners, to CNG fueling stations, or even other biofuel plants. We’re at the leading edge of bringing this technology to the market, and the San Joaquin Renewables project is paving the way for a future of renewable energy.”
Read more about the San Joaquin Renewables Project in Energy, Oil, and Gas Magazine.