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Hydron Energy CEO Joins Leaders of the RNG Industry on Stage at RNG Works in the U.S.

Hydron President and CEO Soheil Khiavi was invited by organizers from the Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas to share his first-hand experience developing and commercializing gas upgrading systems at RNG Works in Nashville, TN. 

Soheil has spent more than two decades leading the design, build, commissioning, and operation of gas upgrading systems throughout the world. His presentation is called, Gas Upgrading: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. He knows a thing or two about what works, what doesn’t, and how to prevent disastrous outcomes. 

Soheil holds hundreds of patents in energy and gas processing. Hydron Energy is leveraging his expertise to commercialize a third-generation platform technology for upgrading biogas to RNG. The INTRUPTor features a multi-swing process, which is the result of combining the team’s learnings, research, testing, and commercial deployments to produce a game-changing approach.

Together, we are not only commercializing a technology that will reduce RNG production costs, it will also scale to meet distributed feedstock availability.

“The INTRUPTor, which stands for Intensified Regenerative Upgrading Platform Technology, is designed to operate within ambient conditions,” said Soheil. “This means we don’t require high pressure or deep vacuum components in our system. As a result, we have lower capital and operating costs.”

If you missed his presentation, please click on the link below to arrange a private chat. We are looking forward to answering your questions. 

9:50 am, Wednesday, Sept. 21

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Gas Upgrading: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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