Greenlane Biogas, the global leader in biomethane systems, is poised for growth in 2013. After completing a major corporate restructuring in 2012.
Online PR News – 25-April-2013 – Burnaby – Burnaby, BC, Canada, April 24, 2013 -- Greenlane Biogas, the global leader in biomethane systems, is poised for growth in 2013. After completing a major corporate restructuring in 2012 to enhance its focus on the worldwide biomethane market, the company is now executing on a number of new biogas upgrading projects in Germany, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Canada and the United States. Once again in 2013, Greenlane is delivering biomethane projects that will produce the most saleable gas in the market.
The corporate restructuring in 2012 allows the company to move forward financially with a strong balance sheet, solid cash reserves, and significantly lower fixed costs. The company also completed its transition to move equipment manufacturing closer to our customers in Europe and North America. This initiative delivers reduced logistical costs, delivery times, and total cost of compliance to local standards. The cost efficiencies and the company`s improved financial strength have put Greenlane in a strong position manage and deliver the substantial growth forecast for 2013.
Greenlane North America is moving to a new, larger facility in Burnaby, BC. “This expansion will accommodate all of our new and planned hires, as well as expand meeting and office space for our quickly growing Americas team,” said Brent Jaklin, Engineering ManagerOof Greenlane North America.
“Biomethane, also known as renewable natural gas in North America, is the highest value use of the energy recoverable from anaerobic digesters and landfills,” said Sean Mezei, President of Greenlane North America, “Several established biomethane markets around the world are ready to rebound in 2013 and several new markets such as Latin America and East Asia are also developing quickly.”
Greenlane is the leading worldwide developer and supplier of technology for upgrading biogas and landfill gas to biomethane, for use in natural gas pipelines and as vehicle fuel. Its biomethane business is complimented by its manufacturing capabilities in gas compression and heat exchange equipment as well as product support and maintenance services. Greenlane has more than 20 years of global experience upgrading biogas and our technology delivers environmentally friendly biomethane to replace fossil fuels in, Asia, Europe, and North America. www.greenlanebiogas.com
Burnaby, BC, Canada