Chevron, one of the world’s largest energy companies, a leading US market leader, will begin converting cow dung into renewable natural gas ahead of schedule as part of its carbon reduction program. writes Bloomberg.
The oil company and its recycling partner Brightmark LLC are already building 28 plants in seven states, one of which will begin production this year. In addition, it is planned to open 10 more plants for the production of biomethane – renewable natural gas obtained from biomass. It is planned to use an alternative type of fuel for refueling trucks.