Brazil's first biomethane gas pipeline has started operating. The project is a partnership between GasBrasiliano and Usina Cocal.
GasBrasiliano was responsible for the construction of the first biomethane gas pipeline in Brazil. The Cocal Plant produces the gas.
The fuel of renewable origin is generated from noble residues of sugarcane, such as vinasse, straw, and filter cake.
Operations started at the end of January.
This product serves as a sustainable alternative to diesel and CNG in vehicles.
It is also possible . . .
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