Meet our Renewable Natural Gas suppliers

Diversified energy sources like Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)1 are key to achieving a lower carbon energy future, and we wouldn’t be able to offer RNG without our dedicated suppliers.

Our suppliers

We work with a range of suppliers including farms, landfills and wastewater treatment plants to make RNG. See who’s helping us put waste to work, creating sustainable energy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Glenmore Landfill

Operation: Biogas is collected from landfill waste and purified to produce RNG.

Salmon Arm Landfill

Operation: Biogas is collected from landfill waste and purified to produce RNG.

Archaea Energy/Assai

Operation: Biogas is collected from the Keystone Landfill and purified to produce RNG.

Faromor CNG Corp.

Operation: Biogas is collected from agricultural waste and purified to produce RNG.

Fraser Valley Biogas/Evergen Infrastructure Corp.

Operation: Biogas is collected from agricultural and commercial food processing waste, then purified to produce RNG.

Lethbridge Biogas

Operation: Biogas is collected from livestock waste and food processing by-products, then purified to produce RNG.

Seabreeze Dairy Farm

Operation: Biogas is collected from livestock waste and organic waste from the Metro Vancouver area and then purified to produce RNG.

Surrey Biofuel Facility

Operation: Biogas is captured from collected curbside organic waste and purified to produce RNG.

StormFisher

Operation: Biogas is collected from municipal organic waste, food waste and industrial, commercial and institutional waste. It’s then purified to produce RNG.

Lulu Island Wastewater Treatment Plant

Operation: Biogas is collected from organic matter in wastewater and purified to produce RNG.

Shell Energy North America (Canada) Inc.

Operation: Biogas is captured from organic matter in wastewater and purified to produce RNG.

Upcoming projects

We’re continuously looking to partner with more organizations and governments to increase our RNG supply. Here are a few upcoming projects:

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BC renewable and low-carbon gas supply potential study

To better understand our lower carbon pathway, we commissioned a study together with the Government of British Columbia and the BC Bioenergy Network. It examines the domestic supply potential for different renewable and low carbon gases2 including Renewable Natural Gas. Learn more.

1 Renewable Natural Gas is produced in a different manner than conventional natural gas. It is derived from biogas, which is produced from decomposing organic waste from landfills, agricultural waste and wastewater from treatment facilities. The biogas is captured and cleaned to create carbon neutral Renewable Natural Gas (also called biomethane).

2FortisBC uses the term renewable and low carbon gas to refer collectively to the low carbon and carbon neutral gases or fuels that the utility can acquire under the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation, which are: Renewable Natural Gas (RNG or biomethane), hydrogen, synthesis gas (from wood waste) and lignin. Depending on their source, all of these gases have differing levels of lifecycle carbon intensity. All gases would meet the proposed B.C. carbon intensity threshold for low-carbon gases of 36.4 g CO2e per megajoule set out in the 2021 B.C. Hydrogen Strategy.