UGI Utilities, Inc. has begun to accept Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) from Archaea Energy into its pipeline distribution system. Last year, UGI Utilities signed an interconnect agreement with Archaea Energy to accept delivery of RNG produced from the Keystone Landfill in Dunmore, Pennsylvania, into its natural gas pipeline that serves its distribution system. Once fully operational, the recently completed interconnect is capable of accommodating up to 5.3 billion cubic feet of RNG supply each year, making this the largest current RNG supply point in the United States to date. The introduction of RNG supply into UGI Utilities’ distribution system provides benefits to the environment and to the many communities we serve by lowering net carbon emissions. UGI Utilities expects to utilize a portion of the RNG to serve customers who purchase supply directly from UGI Utilities beginning in 2022. More >>