Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Capability Statement

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<ul><li><p>CONSULTANCY SERVICES WITHIN AD AND BIOGAS </p><p>Anaerobic Digestion (AD) of organic waste to produce biogas presents many benefits principally generating a flexible renewable fuel thus reducing greenhouse gas emissions and returning nutrients from waste material as agricultural fertiliser. Other benefits include minimizing odour problems from handling and use of manure as fertiliser on agricultural land; minimizing leaking of Nitrogen (N) and Phosphorus (P) from agricultural land; decomposition of pathogens and weed seeds in the manure; promoting local employment; and developing the local economy. Ramboll offers a full range of services for AD, biogas upgrade, gas to grid and vehicle fuel projects from planning and project development, to design, implementation and follow-up on operation and maintenance. Project feasibility The feasibility study is a broad overview of the project requirements. We identify appropriate sources and predicted volumes and seasonality of digestate. We calculate the nutrient loading and predict biogas yield. We assess the area required for the plant and identify utility constraints or service supplies needed for the development. We determine options for gas use. And we estimate the cost (investment, O&amp;M and life cycle cost) and potential income from the plant. Detailed design The design should outline and test the combination of technologies that are best suited for any particular project. The optimal performance of the plant in terms of energy generation has to be balanced with its performance and compliance with environmental permits and licences. </p><p>Environmental impacts We assess planning, environ-mental and permitting issues associated with the proposed development. As part of the appraisal Ramboll will review site constraints, site history and undertake consul-tation with the relevant authorities and public bodies. Procurement process The objective of the procurement process is to ensure value for money through a high-quality contract with a reputable bidder at a competitive price. In this phase, we short list the suppliers of mechanical and electrical equipment and civil works contractors in a prequalification procedure, we prepare tender documents and we conduct a professional procurement process. Supervision of design and construction The overall objective of this phase is to ensure that the supplier fulfils the requirements of the contract. In other words, we safeguard our clients interests in relation to the supplier. In service Provisional takeover of the AD/ gas upgrade facility marks the beginning of the guarantee period, typically two years duration. In this period, we assist our clients in identifying and documenting defects and in making sure that the suppliers correct them. </p><p> Ramboll's services Once an AD plant has been decided, Ramboll typically provides support and advice as the owner's engineer throughout the development process on relevant technical, environmental and financial matters. Our clients include project developers, utilities and contractors, and our services include: </p><p>CONTACT Lars Erik Hgenhaven Larsen Head of department Phone +45 51618365 </p><p> Selected project references Maabjerg Bioenergy: Maabjerg Bioenergy Drift A/S, Denmark, </p><p>630,000 tonnes/year of manure and organic food waste generating 18.4Mm biogas/year </p><p> Novozymes: Novozymes A/S, Denmark, 1.6Mm/year waste sprit and formic acid from Novo Nordisk generating 7.2Mm biogas/year </p><p> Cumnock WWTW: Scottish Water, UK, 67,000 tonnes/year of sewage sludge with codigestion of municipal waste generating 2.3Mm biogas/year </p><p> Norrkiping: Norrkoping Municipality, Sweden, 20,000 tonnes/year of mixed waste </p><p> Ha BioPark: H Biopark AS, Norway, 400,000 tonnes/year of municipal solid waste </p><p> Ramboll's geographical AD and biogas project experience </p><p>Outline design/feasibility Feasibility studies Due diligence Risk assessment Environmental impact </p><p>assessment Budgeting and time </p><p>scheduling Permitting </p><p>Basic design Conceptual and tender </p><p>design for anaerobic digestion process and gas utilisation including CHP and biogas upgrading </p><p> Civil and structural design for tanks, access, buildings, etc </p><p>Detailed design Process and instrumentation </p><p>design Civil and structural design Project certification and </p><p>authority approval Environmental permitting </p><p>and licensing Procurement </p><p>Construction Construction management </p><p>and supervision Installation supervision </p><p>Test &amp; commissioning Acting on behalf of the </p><p>developer during testing, commissioning and handing over of the project </p><p>Post construction Follow-up on O&amp;M Decommissioning </p><p>Why choose Ramboll for your AD and biogas project? </p><p> Ramboll has worked in the energy sector with an international presence for many years and is recognised as world class </p><p> Being part of a multi-disciplinary company represents complete services within the waste business and offering a single point of contact for the client </p><p> Has a large technical resource combining considerable experience in both Anaerobic Digestion process as well as biogas handing and use including appraisals of all upgrade technologies and delivery to gas networks or as vehicle fuel </p><p> National and international offices. </p><p>AD and biogas in Ramboll </p><p>Number of specialists: 30 </p><p>Annual turnover: 1.5Million </p><p>Years of experience: 20 </p><p>Financial ModelAvailable Feedstocks</p><p>Agricultural Waste</p><p>Municipal Waste</p><p>Commercial Waste</p><p>Energy Crops</p><p>Waste Capture</p><p>Plant Design/ Operation</p><p>Gate Fee</p><p>Digestate Use</p><p>Gas Yield/Usage</p><p>CAPEX</p><p>OPEX</p><p>Revenue</p><p>Sewage Sludge</p><p>What is biogas? </p><p>Biogas, CH4, is produced by use of anaerobic digestion of raw materials: manure, organic waste and energy crops. Sludge is digested in huge digestion tanks for several weeks at elevated temperatures with continuous rotation of the material. </p><p>The solid fraction of the digestate, rich in Nitrogen and Phosphorus, is filtered out and the sludge is delivered back to the farmers for use as fertiliser. </p><p>The biogas can be combusted in CHP engines or upgraded by removal of unwanted gases to concentrate the biomethane for delivery to the gas grid or as a vehicle fuel. </p></li></ul>