BIO-CNG

Compressed BioGas/ Bio-CNG is entirely from agricultural waste, Bio-CNG is a renewable fuel that is identical in composition and equal or better in purity than fossil CNG. Bio-CNG is produced by extracting biogas from the agricultural, factory, and farm waste products like press mud, bagasse, rice straw, maize straw, wheat straw, and soybean husk through a patented process. The biogas is further purified to meet the standard IS 16087:2016, and compressed and stored under high pressure in cylinder cascades for use in transportation and industrial applications. We offer consumers the option to use a fuel that is equal or better in calorific value than fossil CNG while reducing their footprint on the environment.

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The SATAT(Sustainable Alternative Towards Affordable Transportation) scheme aims to set up Compressed Bio-Gas production plants and make CBG available in the market for use as a green fuel. 'SATAT’, launched on 1.10.2018, envisages targeting production of 15 MMT of CBG from 5000 plants by 2023.

Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Government of India had permitted usage of bio-compressed natural gas (bio-CNG) for motor vehicles as an alternate composition of the compressed natural gas (CNG).

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Leafiniti BioEnergy Pvt. Ltd.

Leafiniti Bioenergy Pvt. Ltd is the Gas production entity of the MRN Group, the organization aims at generating valuable, sustainable, and renewable resources with by-products and accelerating its presence in the Compressed Biogas industry. The company is committed to producing around 100/MT of Compressed Biogas per day by end of March 2022.

Leafiniti's first 10MT/day plant is in operation since March 2021 and also the company has done its foundation stone laying of the second 10MT/day CBG plant on November 27th, 2020 by the auspicious hand of Shri. Dharmendra Pradhan Ji, Hon. Union Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas and Steel, Govt. of India.

We are in process of installing India's first Bio-LNG plant at Masal, Bhandara near Nagpur by Manas Agro and Leafniti Bioenergy (a subsidiary of MRN Group) through a joint venture.