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What is Biomethane?

Biomethane derives from the process of concentration and purification of methane present in biogas, a heterogeneous mixture of renawable gas produced in the anaerobic digestion process, where methane is the major component.

Biomethane is therefore obtainable from agricultural waste and by-products, zootechincals waste, waste and by-products of food industry, organica fraction solid urban waste (FORSU).

Why Biomethane?

More and more agricultural companies, agricultural cooperatives, food's industry and waste treatments companies have chosen anaerobic digestion as key to the success of the corporate circular economy, generating  high economic profitability and green energy from organic waste and by-products, contributing to the drastic reduction of emissions of CO2.

Biomethane offers a wide range of uses, from civil and industry uses to transport, being able to exploit the same methane storage and distribution infrastructure from fossil sources.

Why Bst?

Bst is leader in the creation and of anaerobic digestion and bunkering systems in stainless steel, following the costumer in the planning, designing and construction of the plant, providing "turnkey" systems.

Our team provide high standards into designing and realization of the plant following constantly our clients and resolving problems like design location and landscaping.

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Biomethane is able to satisfy different energy needs, from light and heavy transport to industrial and domestic use, based on the required needs and the state in which you want to use it.

Liquefied Natural Gas
LNG   Advantages & applications

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is basically natural gas that is cooled down to the liquid state.

The temperature of the gas is brought up to -260 degress Fahrenheit (-162° Celsius) by reducing its volume by 600 times its concentration compared to the gaseous state.

LNG is an ideal hydrocarbon for all users connected to the methane network that have a significant annual energy demand and for heavy road, agricultural and ship transport.

LNG has a lots of  advantages:

  • 100% decrease in CO2 emissions

  • very competive prices compared to fossil hydrocarbons like gasoline or diesel

  • Less fuel is required than fossil hydrocarbons like gasoline or diesel

  • Low storage volumes.


Compressed Natural Gas
CNG   Advantages &  applications

Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) represents a consolidated application of biomethane, in particular to households / small businesses far from the gas network and to light road trasport, both carsand for commercial vehicles, with a 100% decrease in CO2 emissions at very competitive prices comapred to fossil hydrocarbons.

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