Gasum Seeks Biogas Boost Despite Regulatory Hurdles

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Finland’s Gasum has set an ambitious biogas supply target as part of a strategic shift to greener gases and electricity, but regulatory bottlenecks could impede the pace of growth, the company’s Gas Team Manager Ville Hatakka tells Energy Intelligence. Gasum is seeking to increase its biogas supply to 7 terawatt hours (approximately 0.7 billion cubic meters) by 2027 as part of its five-year plan launched in 2022. Last year, the company delivered 1.7 TWh of biogas.

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