Renewable Fuels

The Role of Renewable Fuels as a Decarbonization Pathway

The EU aims to be climate-neutral by 2050 - an economy with net-zero greenhouse gas emissions.

Renewable fuels can be a significant part of the final energy mix in order to reach this, with no doubt, but at the same time achievable target.

Bio-LNG and its gaseous form, biomethane, in short term, as long as all hydrogen enabled fuels, in longer term, seem to be the most effective solutions for achieving decarbonization in three of the most polluting sectors world-wide, maritime, transport and industry.

EU Decarbonization Targets

  • 55% Minimum reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030
  • 35 bcm Target for biomethane production up to 2030
  • 45% Renewable share by 2030
  • 0 Greenhouse gas emissions, achieving climate neutrality by 2050

Renewable Fuels in brief


Liquified bio-methane produced by upgraded biogas, derived from biogenic waste Transported, stored and consumed using exact same equipment as LNG. Blendable with “conventional” LNG Elimination of SOx/NOx/PM Neutral or negative carbon footprint Perfect solution for immediate decarbonization in hard to decarbonize sectors (road transport, shipping)


Ammonia, methanol or e-LNG produced from green hydrogen, generated via electrolysis or waste-to-hydrogen conversion Carbon neutral, non-polluting fuels Can be used directly as a fuel for industrial process heat, road-transport and shipping

Why choose Blue Grid

The ''one-stop' ' partner for state-of-the-art supply solutions


  • CO2 capturing and liquefaction application for carbon-neutral or negative renewable fuels
  • Operation along the full value chain of biogas upgrading into biomethane, as a renewable alternative to fossil natural gas
  • Blend 0-100% with fossil LNG, based on customer’s needs
  • Biomethane liquefaction (Bio-LNG)



  • Market Development of hydrogen - enabled fuels 
  • Project development of green hydrogen, ammonia, methanol and e-fuels


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