Bennamann Energy currently offers the following energy products for sale.
When gas escapes from industrial equipment or other processes where it is intended to be contained, due to leaks or the existence of other unforeseen or unexpected escape routes, the resulting emissions are called fugitive. It is well known that these emissions are a problem in the oil and gas industry, for example from facilities such as oil refineries and gas plants, but less well known are the fugitive emissions from agriculture, particularly livestock farms where the animal waste has to be moved around, stored and is spread on the land as manure.
Storing animal waste as a solid-liquid mixture known as slurry in open pits, often called slurry lagoons, results in fugitive emissions escaping from the slurry surface to the surrounding air. Fugitive emissions from slurry lagoons are mainly of methane, a greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change. Bennamann captures these fugitive emissions and turns the methane into useful, sustainable, renewable energy products – compressed fugitive methane, or CFM, and liquid fugitive methane, LFM – that can replace traditional fossil fuels such as petrol, diesel, heating oil, propane gas and liquid natural gas, also known as LNG.
Compressed Fugitive Methane gas sourced from Chynoweth Farm is available for delivery in a range of standard gas bottles or via a tank trailer.
Liquid Fugitive Methane renewable fuel sourced from Chynoweth Farm will soon be available for delivery to customers using Bennamann’s patented liquid methane storage technology and fuel delivery system.
Why Capture Fugitive Methane?
A short video explaining what fugitive methane emissions are and why it is important to capture them.