Green Energy Brightmark, Chevron to Produce Dairy Biomethane

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Brightmark and Chevron under their joint venture Brightmark RNG Holdings have plans to own projects across the USA in order to produce and market dairy biomethane, a renewable natural gas. The renewable natural gas can be used for vehicles operating on compressed natural gas.

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The latest expansion with Brightmark advances Chevron’s strategy of higher returns and lower carbon.
The latest expansion with Brightmark advances Chevron’s strategy of higher returns and lower carbon.
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San Francisco/USA – Brightmark and Chevron U.S.A. have recently announced the second expansion of their previously announced joint venture, Brightmark RNG Holdings, to own projects across the United States to produce and market dairy biomethane, a renewable natural gas (RNG).

Brightmark RNG Holdings’ subsidiaries currently own RNG projects in New York, Michigan, Florida, South Dakota and Arizona. Additional equity investments by each company in the joint venture will fund construction of infrastructure and commercial operation of 10 dairy biomethane projects, including new sites in Iowa and Wisconsin and additional sites in Michigan and South Dakota. Chevron will purchase RNG produced from these projects and market the volumes for use in vehicles operating on compressed natural gas.

Brightmark’s expanded partnership with Chevron is another positive step forward in the decarbonization of the farming industry.

Bob Powell, founder and chief executive officer of Brightmark

“This latest expansion with Brightmark advances our strategy of higher returns and lower carbon,” said Andy Walz, president of Chevron’s Americas Fuels & Lubricants. “Opportunities like these not only reaffirm our commitment to investing in ways that are good for the environment, our consumers and our stockholders, they also bolster our previously announced objective to increase RNG volumes tenfold by 2025 over 2020 volumes.”

“Brightmark’s expanded partnership with Chevron is another positive step forward in the decarbonization of the farming industry,” said Bob Powell, founder and chief executive officer of Brightmark. “Our carbon-negative projects are successfully reimagining waste and delivering significant environmental benefits while improving economics for our dairy farm partners. We look forward to executing on these new RNG projects with Chevron and partnering with dairy farmers to expand our RNG footprint across the country.”

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