EU Commission adopts strategy to reduce methane emissions

Methane is a potent greenhouse gas and the second biggest contributor to climate change after carbon dioxide

Chevron unveils plans to produce and market dairy biomethane

The oil giant intends to market renewable natural gas, which will be produced by dairy biomethane projects in the US, as a transportation fuel

Government proposes tax on gas suppliers to fund green gas production plants

It expects the effect on consumer bills to be ‘relatively minor’, estimated to peak at around £6.90 on an annual gas bill

Biomethane from cow waste fed into the UK’s gas network

A farm in Cambridgeshire is now producing enough biogas to supply ten households every hour

Hydrogen and biomethane pipe upgrade project set to slash UK’s grid emissions

Hydrogen and biomethane gas pipelines will replace old iron ones leading to a reduction, which is estimated to be equivalent to taking half a million cars off the road

Biomethane injected – for the first time – into the Irish gas grid

The project will initially supply enough biomethane to reduce Ireland’s CO2 annual emissions by 7,200 tonnes

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Three new biomethane plants on track to send green ‘gas-from-trash’ into Cadent’s network

The firm suggests increasing the use of biomethane sourced from food, farm, human and other wastes is ‘widely recognised as a key stage in Britain’s journey to net zero’

UK Government seeks views on future low carbon heat support beyond the RHI

The plan backs replacement of Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) with a new Clean Heat Grant, which will provide support for heat pumps and in certain circumstances biomass

CNG Fuels opens two green biomethane stations to serve HGVs

The two stations are expected to serve more than 2,000 HGVs each day as consumers increasingly opt for the low carbon alternative to diesel

British Gas launches ‘Green Future Plus’ energy tariff

The average energy bill for consumers will total £1,237, which the supplier says is a cost-effective option for those looking for the ‘greenest’ tariff