"Right now we are facing our greatest threat in thousands of years - climate change."

-David Attenborough


Since completing a management buy-out in 2013, Des Godson has built a team of biogas engineers and infrastructure investment professionals.  The team, with a combined [  ] years of biogas design, construction and operation experience, has acquired and restructured a biogas portfolio, completed four biogas EPC projects and delivered a first biomethane filling station.        

Design & Construction

Asia Biogas has 19 years’ experience design and building anaerobic digestion biogas systems in Southeast Asia. We operate the systems that we build: our experience as a biogas plant operator is an advantage for our EPC clients. We know what works, what is reliable and what performs best in a hot and humid tropical environment.

Operation & Maintenance

We have 17 years’ experience as an operator including at the largest biogas plant in Thailand. All our operating experience is in hot and humid tropical conditions. In this region, our understanding of biogas operations is best in class.

Carbon Markets

We have UNFCCC-registered Certified Emission Reductions available for sale for carbon offset purposes and in 2019 we made the first sale of International Renewable Energy Credits (IRECs) from a Thai biogas to power project. For impact investors, we can re-invest 100% of carbon revenues in new biogas systems thereby maximizing the impact of carbon offsets.

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We have a long history of developing biogas projects in the cassava starch and palm oil industries on a build own operate transfer basis. The first cassava starch wastewater BOT project – Korat Waste to Energy – was completed in 2002.  Now almost 75% of cassava starch factories in Thailand use biogas as a primary source of thermal energy.

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Biogas – a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide – can be upgraded to provide a reliable supply of biomethane or renewable natural gas.  This clean, carbon-negative fuel may be used to replace compressed natural gas as a vehicle fuel.  With assistance of grants from the Thai Department of Energy and Finland’s foreign ministry we completed our first CBG project in Rayong Thailand in 2019.  


Our focus in Indonesia is to capture methane and produce biogas at palm oil mills.  Indonesia’s palm oil mill waste can produce more than 5 billion Nm3 of methane or about 13% of the its natural gas demand.  Capturing methane will cut potent greenhouse gas emissions by more than 40 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent per annum and help the palm oil industry to produce palm oil more sustainably.   

Contact us
  • Asia Biogas (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
    (Head Office) The Millennia Tower,
    25th Floor Suite 2504,
    62 Langsuan Road.
    Lumpini Pathumwan,
    Bangkok 10330, THAILAND
    Tel: +662 651 9901-3
  • PT Asia Biogas Indonesia
    Setiabudi Building 2,
    2nd Floor, Unit 205A
    JI. H. R. Rasuna Said Kav. 62
    Jakarta 12920, INDONESIA
    Tel: +62 21 5290 6985-6
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