North America could see an increase in renewable natural gas (RNG) production by 2050, as government incentives and new production capacities are added, according to a recent analysis by Wood Mackenize researchers 

“RNG has become more popular as it can have five times lower carbon intensity than natural gas projects and helps reduce emissions considerably when used for transportation fuel,” said Wood Mackenzie senior research analyst Natalia Patterson. 

In 2022, 60 MMcf/d of new RNG production was added, with the number of projects doubling in the last five years, the researchers noted.

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Overall, North America’s RNG market size is 385 MMcf/d....