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Energy transition: Two thirds of natural gas may come from renewable sources in Québec by 2030

The results of the study are very promising, as they show that as of 2018, the technical and economic potential amounts to 25.8 million GJ, which corresponds to 12% of the volume of natural gas currently distributed by Énergir in Québec.

In an effort to assess the potential quantity of renewable natural gas (RNG) in Québec and determine the role that it could play in the energy transition, the consortium of WSP Canada and Deloitte conducted a study to evaluate the technical and economic potential for RNG production in Québec between now and 2030. This study, which was requested by Énergir, was overseen by a steering committee of key industry players. This group of experts included the Chair in Energy Sector Management - HEC Montréal, the Conseil de l'industrie forestière du Québec, Énergir, RECYC-QUÉBEC and the Union des producteurs agricoles.

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Quebec demonstration project conclusive in conversion of biomass to renewable natural gas

Demonstration unit to transform forestry biomass into natural gas .

Gaz Métro is proud to announce that, over the past several months, it has been conducting a demonstration project aimed at converting forestry biomass into second-generation renewable natural gas. The trials, carried out in collaboration with the British Columbia firm G4 Insights at the Natural Gas Technologies Centre in Boucherville, enabled us to develop a conversion process that is unique in the world and marks an important milestone in the development of new renewable energy technology in Québec.

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Liquified Natural Gas deliveries start to the Stornoway Renard Diamond mine in Northern Québec, 1,040 kilometres from Montréal

The Minister of Energy and Natural Resources and Minister responsible for the Northern Plan, Pierre Arcand; The president and CEO of Gaz Métro, Sophie Brochu; The vice-president and COO of Stornoway, Patrick Godin.

Quebec Minister of Energy and Natural Resources and Minister responsible for the Northern Plan, Pierre Arcand, and the president and CEO of Gaz Métro, Sophie Brochu, has announced, with the vice-president and COO of Stornoway, Patrick Godin, and with representatives of Investissement Québec in attendance, a major milestone in deploying the 2030 Energy Policy and the Northern Plan, with the start of liquefied natural gas (LNG) being supplied to Northern Québec, to the Stornoway Renard diamond mine. Located in the Otish Mountains, over 1,040 kilometres from Montréal, it is the first Québec mining company that Gaz Métro GNL, a subsidiary of Gaz Métro, will supply with LNG.

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