Verliant leads overhaul of North America's largest biogas facility
Verliant Energy, Inc., is retooling the Huckabay Ridge Biogas Facility with the latest advancements in waste processing and gas upgrading technologies to deliver more robust and reliable production of pipeline-quality renewable gas. The Facility has eight digester tanks totaling over 7.5 million gallons capacity to manage organic waste streams from dairy farms, food manufacturers and grease haulers.
Servicing the greater Dallas-Forth Worth region and central Texas businesses within a 50+ miles radius, the Facility offers customers the benefits of lower waste disposal costs, compliance with manure management and sewer regulations, and a cleaner carbon footprint. Communities in the area will benefit from meaningful reductions in methane and groundwater pollution, and by accelerating the growth of clean energy supplies that will power America's future. The re-engineered Facility will provide approximately 3,000 mmbtu per day of renewable natural gas to the pipeline once fully operational.
We are enlisting a team of industry-leading engineers and technology providers to assure the successful retrofit and relaunch of the Huckabay Ridge Biogas Facility. This industrial-scale makeover will include modernizing the anaerobic digestion operation with front-end processes to more efficiently process manure and FOGs (fats, oils & greases), and downstream equipment to produce nutrient-rich fertilizers from the system's liquid and solid by-products.
Located in Stephenville, Texas, the Huckabay Ridge Facility is permitted to expand gas production up to five thousand mmbtu (million British thermal units) per day.
Work on the Facility is expected to begin in early 2018.
Please contact us with inquiries regarding the Huckabay Ridge Biogas Project.