The Biogas Flare System Fits the Carbon Neutrality Goal, Showing a Promising Development Trend

Biogas flare systems are used to dispose of gases that are produced from decomposition of organic matter or biomass. Typical examples are gases produced from landfills, anaerobic digesters, or other biomass sources. Gases are typically mixtures of methane, carbon dioxide, small amounts of nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen sulfide, and others. Biogas must be handled in a specific manner to ensure combustion to a high degree of efficiency. In addition, the possibility of oxygen in the gas mixture coming to the flare means flame arrestors and special flame arresting burners must be employed. Biogas can be burned to a high degree of efficiency in either an elevated flare or an enclosed ground flare system.

Biogas flare system can be divided into open and enclosed biogas flare system. Open & elevated flare systems are mainly designed to eliminate potential ground level fire hazard. In open elevated flare system combustion takes place at the top of the discharge stack. Enclosed flame flares are used to burn excess biogas from the process as well as to burn the full biogas production. The extracted gas is burnt in an enclosed flare stack. In 2019, these two types respectively covered a market share of 18.80% and 81.20%.

Biogas flare system can be used to generate electricity. Biogas flare system transforms associated gas into reliable power for power generation. Landfill gas vents for landfill gas vents applications enclosed flame flare have been required for years for the destruction of landfill gas emissions. As more and more landfill gas is valorized through the production of electricity or the production of renewable natural gas (RNG), enclosed flame flares are used for emergency conditions and for excess gas situation. Both the United States and Canada have highly developed economies, but compared with the two, the United States has a stronger economy and a larger market. In 2019, the market share of the biogas torch system in the United States was 87.32%, while that of Canada was only 12.68%.

Influence of COVID-19 Outbreak on Biogas Flare System Industry Development

The COVID-19 outbreak has led to a decline in offline passenger flow, and the advantages of e-commerce companies have become prominent. During the epidemic prevention and control period, some Biogas Flare System enterprises did not carry out internet marketing and promotion for their business, so they encountered great resistance in undertaking business. For enterprises that fail to make good use of network promotion means, there is almost no market development during the epidemic period, and the original offline market development plan is disrupted, and the epidemic will face fierce market homogenization competition, which is expected to have a great impact on the business companies throughout the year. The epidemic will have a short-term impact on Biogas Flare System industry, but it is relatively limited. Due to the impact of the epidemic, the production of raw materials and equipment procurement and transportation supply are difficult to be in place, and upstream enterprises affect the work schedule of downstream enterprises. Equipment manufacturing and product manufacturing enterprises in Biogas Flare System industry are affected to different degrees, and the production and delivery work may be delayed to some extent. Meanwhile, if it fails to meet the delivery time requirements according to the contract, it may lead to the customer looking for another enterprise and lose business. The impact of COVID-19 on the Biogas Flare System industry will involve all major links and all entities in the industry chain. The management efficiency has declined, commuting has been severely hindered, production plans have been severely hindered, network expansion has been delayed, marketing has been delayed, brand adjustments have been forced, market sales have declined, and company and employee revenue have declined. The government has also put forward higher requirements for the production and operation of enterprises. Although various industries around the world are gradually resuming work, production and demand will not pick up rapidly and substantially, and will require a certain recovery period.

In 2020, the market value of the biogas torch industry in the United States and Canada is 62.2 M USD and 8.9 M USD respectively, showing a negative growth trend. The new crown epidemic has hindered the development of the overall national economy and has had varying degrees of impact on all walks of life.

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The Biogas Flare System Fits the Carbon Neutrality Goal, Showing a Promising Development Trend

With the development of economy and technology, the continuous growth of per capita disposable income and consumption expenditure shows the continuous improvement of living standards, spending power increases, the urbanization process is accelerated at the same time. With the increase of urban population and the increase of household garbage of people, the demand for landfill sites is also increasing. The U.S. has 3,091 active landfills and over 10,000 old municipal landfills, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Biogas flame flare have been required for years for the destruction of landfill gas emissions. which means that the demand for biogas flare system also increases. With the economic growth, scientific and technological progress, and increasing awareness of environmental protection in Canada, there is a growing demand for biogas flare system. At the same time, the rapid development of the power generation, landfill gas vents industry in the Canada also means that biogas flare system has a large market potential in the Canada. In a word, the Canada region is expected to witness the highest growth rate during the forecast period as the existence of large population, developing technology, and affluence will drive the growth of Biogas Flare system in this region.

Biogas flare system itself has prominent advantages and is conducive to the development of the industry. Biogas is toxic, odorous, explosive and most of all a very potent greenhouse gas and as such must not be vented to atmosphere. Due to the direct emission of methane to the atmosphere has a certain impact, therefore, for the normal operation of Biogas flare system becomes very important. Biogas flare system ensures the safe, efficient and environmentally friendly combustion of gases from landfill, bio and sewage gas systems. Moreover, biogas flare system also has its environmental benefits which is meeting greenhouse gas emission standards and reduction of co² emissions It can be said that all the advantages of biogas flare system are the driving force for the development of the industry and have a beneficial impact on the industry.

Biogas, the gas generated from organic digestion under anaerobic conditions by mixed population of microorganisms, is an alternative energy source. Unlike other forms of renewable energy, biogas neither has any geographical limitations and required technology for producing energy and it is neither complex or monopolistic. The environmental benefits of biogas technology are often highlighted, as a valid and sustainable alternative to fossil fuels. As a renewable energy source, it allows exploiting agricultural and technical byproducts and municipal wastes, with a lower impact on air quality when compared to combustion-based strategies for these biomasses. As biogas is more and more valorized as a renewable energy source, the destruction of biogas through enclosed flame flares is only required in case of biogas production in excess of the capacity of the biogas purification system and or during the maintenance of the biogas purification or utilization system, which means that the utilization rate of the biogas flare system has been reduced to a certain extent, hindering the increase in consumption and demand, and is not conducive to the sustainable and healthy development of the industry.

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