Kinder Morgan and Wabash Valley Power Alliance are constructing three RNG facilities in Indiana. The $146 million project will capture methane produced from landfills. 3.5 billion cubic feet of RNG are expected to be produced per year. Operations are expected to begin in one year.

KMI President of Renewable Natural Gas Aaron Johnson says “We expect these facilities will produce renewable fuels that will ultimately replace approximately 28 million gallons of traditional diesel each year, lowering GHG emissions by about 280,000 tons. That’s like taking 60,000 vehicles off the road annually – a significant contribution toward reducing methane emissions.”

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