Adani Total Gas to set up bio-conversion plant in Uttar Pradesh
Adani Total Gas Limited has signed a deal with Shri Mataji Gauvansh Seva Sansthan, a charitable trust, for exclusively collaborating on setting up a bio-conversion plant in Barsana, Mathura in Uttar Pradesh.
The bio-conversion plant will have a design capacity of around 350 tonnes per day of feed processing based on cattle dung as the main biomass along with other bio mass such as napier grass, press mud, and others.
Through the collaboration, Adani Total Gas has entered into the compressed bio-gas (CBG) business.
The bio-conversion plant will also produce solid and liquid fermented organic manure.
Adani Total Gas is engaged in developing city gas distribution (CGD) networks for supplying the piped natural gas to the industrial, commercial, residential and compressed natural gas (CNG) to the transport sector. The company is jointly owned by Indian conglomerate Adani Group and French energy giant Total.