Archaea Energy Inc., which produces renewable natural gas (RNG) from organic wastes at landfills and farms, plans to supply RNG to NW Natural subsidiary Northwest Natural Gas Co. under a 21-year agreement.


“This agreement, our first with a U.S. utility, is a testament to the strength of our commercial offerings and highlights our ability to help utilities provide lower carbon options to their customers and achieve their sustainability goals,” said Archaea CEO Nick Stork

Under the agreement, NW Natural would purchase up to 1 billion Btu/year of RNG from Archaea for a fixed fee. RNG deliveries to NW Natural’s Oregon customers are to begin early next year, reaching the full annual quantity in 2025. NW Natural provides natural gas service to about 2.5 million people via...