Biomethane And Renewable Natural Gas

Greenlane Biogas is the leading global developer and supplier of technology for upgrading biogas to renewable biomethane for use in natural gas pipelines and/or vehicle fuel.

Why Greenlane?
Reputation and leadership
Its reputation and leadership is such that we can rightly claim that “one would not contemplate a biogas project without including GreenlaneTM for consideration on the supplier list.

Global player
GreenlaneTM is the only truly global player in the biomethane sector and commands a substantial market share as the acknowledged leader in biogas upgrading globally.
Project management
 The company has a well established, internationally experienced and strong project management capability, proven by the successful execution of numerous complex projects over more than 20 years.
Experienced management team
The company’s approximately 80 employees are led by a skilled management team with international experience. The management team has proven its ability to successfully grow and diversify the company over the last few years.
Supply chain
The company has set up a highly specialised supply chain to handle the increasing demand in the biogas upgrading and gas compression business.
Quality management
 The company has achieved and maintained ISO 9001 accreditation since 1993, audited and certified by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance.
With more than 20 years of global experience in biogas upgrading, and installations so far in France, Germany, United Kingdom, Spain, Sweden, Iceland, Finland, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand, The Netherlands and Canada. Greenlane also offers compression solutions for the oil & gas and power generation sectors, together with a wide range of heat transfer and other industrial equipment. Our Greenlane® Biogas Upgrading Systems are available in six standardised modular designs. Standardisation reduces capital investment and the demand for management and consulting services. Greenlane’s technology is used in the world’s largest plant for upgrading biogas, currently operating in Güstrow Germany.