Instrumental in 1rst Galileo RNG installations in the US
In 2019 Verdek
visited Galileo Headquarters with David Stecher and Matt Cole of Sandhill Biofuels* to
discuss RNG (Renewable Natural Gas) projects using raw gas generated by cow manure at multiple dairy
farms in Wisconsin.
Galileo's Microbox Bio was the perfect fit to manage the removal of H2O, H2S and CO2 before the compression stage to produce RNG that is transported to an injection point at a nearby pipeline using Galileo Virtual Pipeline units.
affected the timing of the projects but finally the productions are online. RNG is gaining popularity and offers the advantage of
being local fuel everywhere across the US.
Depending on amount of the gas produced the RNG can also be liquefied with the Galileo Cryobox and be transported to much further locations including Overseas with the Galileo ISO tanks.