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Dominion Energy, Smithfield Foods Complete First-of-Its-Kind Renewable Natural Gas Project in Utah

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RICHMOND, Va. and SMITHFIELD, Va., December 11, 2020 /3BL Media/ -- Dominion Energy (NYSE:D) and Smithfield Foods, Inc., announced today they have completed the first renewable natural gas (RNG) project through their joint venture, Align Renewable Natural Gas℠. Located in Milford in southwestern Utah, the project is now producing RNG from a network of 26 family farms that raise hogs under contract with Smithfield.

Dominion Energy and Smithfield Foods Invest Half Billion Dollars to Become Largest Renewable Natural Gas Supplier in U.S.

Summary: 
  • Companies doubling investment in Align Renewable Natural GasSM (RNG) joint venture to $500 million, extending largest RNG partnership in U.S.
  • Partnership heavily investing in North Carolina, which is on track to become nation’s leading producer of agricultural RNG, as well as other RNG projects nationwide
  • Companies capturing methane from hog farms and converting it into clean, renewable energy in a form that can be used to heat homes, power businesses, and fuel vehicles
  • Expanded partnership to produce enough RNG to power 70,000 homes and businesses, and reduce the same amount of greenhouse gas emissions as taking 500,000 cars off the road or planting 40 million new trees
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  • Companies doubling investment in Align Renewable Natural GasSM (RNG) joint venture to $500 million, extending largest RNG partnership in U.S.
  • Partnership heavily investing in North Carolina, which is on track to become nation’s leading producer of agricultural RNG, as well as other RNG projects nationwide
  • Companies capturing methane from hog farms and converting it into clean, renewable energy in a form that can be used to heat homes, power businesses, and fuel vehicles
  • Expanded partnership to produce enough RNG to power 70,000 homes and businesses, and reduce the same amount of greenhouse gas emissions as taking 500,000 cars off the road or planting 40 million new trees

Dominion Energy and Smithfield Foods Break Ground on Largest Renewable Natural Gas Project in North Carolina

Align Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)℠ initiates project to transform manure into energy in multiple counties
Press Release

CLINTON, N.C., August 16, 2019 /3BL Media/ — Dominion Energy and Smithfield Foods, Inc. are pleased to announce that the companies are breaking ground on North Carolina’s largest renewable natural gas (RNG) project through their joint venture, Align Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)SM. Located in Duplin and Sampson counties, this project will generate enough energy to power more than 3,500 homes annually upon completion.

Dominion Energy and Smithfield Foods Partner to Transform the Future of Sustainable Energy

Summary: 
  • Dominion Energy and Smithfield Foods form joint venture, Align Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)℠
     
  • Initial projects announced in North Carolina, Virginia and Utah will capture waste methane from hog farms and convert it into renewable natural gas to heat homes and power local industries
     
  • Transformational partnership will dramatically reduce methane emissions from the agriculture and energy industries in support of state greenhouse gas reduction initiatives
     
  • RNG enhances fuel diversity for natural gas utilities and provides a waste management solution and new revenue stream for family farmers
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  • Dominion Energy and Smithfield Foods form joint venture, Align Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)℠
     
  • Initial projects announced in North Carolina, Virginia and Utah will capture waste methane from hog farms and convert it into renewable natural gas to heat homes and power local industries
     
  • Transformational partnership will dramatically reduce methane emissions from the agriculture and energy industries in support of state greenhouse gas reduction initiatives
     
  • RNG enhances fuel diversity for natural gas utilities and provides a waste management solution and new revenue stream for family farmers
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