Renewable Energy Buildout: Chesapeake Utilities Develops Pipeline to Capture Landfill Methane

A project to capture gas emitted from a landfill in northwestern Ohio is helping to reduce emissions from flaring. The captured gas will then be processed to be used by utility customers and at compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations.

Chesapeake Utilities’ subsidiary Aspire Energy of Ohio partnered with OPAL Fuels LLC and Rumpke Waste & Recycling on the Noble Road Landfill RNG Pipeline. Aspire constructed a 33.1-mile pipeline, which was completed in September 2021 and transports renewable natural gas (RNG) from Shiloh, Ohio, in Richland County, to Jeromesville, Ohio, in Ashland County.

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