Adani Total Gas Commences Operations at Barsana Biogas Plant

On Sunday, the first phase of Adani Total Energies Biomass Limited’s Barsana Biogas Plant in Mathura came online. ATBL is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Adani Total Gas Limited. Situated on the premises of Shri Mataji Gaushala is the plant.

The facility is situated in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura district. According to the corporate filing, after phase 1 is stabilized, it will process 225 tons per day (TPD) of bovine dung and agricultural waste and produce 10 TPD of CBG. With three project phases, the Barsana biogas plant has a 600 TPD feedstock capacity. When fully operational, it will produce 217 TPD of organic fertilizer and about 42 TPD of compressed biogas (CBG).

After it reaches phase 3 full design capacity, this plant will be the largest agro waste-based bio-CNG factory in India. A project like the Barsana Biogas facility will cost more over Rs 200 crore to complete all three phases. This is the first manufacturing site for CBG used by ATBL.

The stock is now selling at a 21% discount to its 52-week high of Rs 1,259.40, which it reached on December 8, 2023.

“We are excited to unveil our endeavor towards contributing in sustainable energy production. The Barsana Biogas Plant represents our Chairman Shri Gautam Adani’s commitment to fully leverage renewable resources to create a cleaner, more sustainable world for our future generations. In addition to producing Compressed Bio Gas (CBG), the plant yields high-quality organic fertilizer, contributing to circular economy principles and agricultural sustainability. The setting up and initiation of CBG production fully aligns with our promoters’ – Adani Group and TotalEnergies – broader sustainability goals and by investing in renewable energy like CBG. Adani Group and TotalEnergies aim to play a pivotal role in the global transition to a low-carbon economy.”

Suresh P Manglani, ED & CEO, ATGL, said.

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