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TC Energy and GreenGasUSA Partner Up On Renewable Natural Gas Transportation 

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TC Energy Corp. and GreenGasUSA have agreed to work together on the establishment of a network of RNG transportation hubs.

According to TC Energy, the RNG transportation hubs will be built, owned, and operated by the company within the next four years in multiple US states along with its natural gas pipeline system. By the second quarter of 2023, the first hub could be operating.

Renewable natural gas is made from organic waste that decomposes naturally. It is not a fossil fuel, hence many companies are studying its use as a means of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Building RNG transportation hubs, says TC Energy, will help centralize access to its current pipeline network for renewable natural gas sources like farms, wastewater treatment plants and landfills. 

This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 25, 2022.

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