Sindal Biogas has been acquired by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners


Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners acquires a majority stake in Sindal Biogas. Sindal Biogas A/S, a large-scale Danish biogas plant owned by KK Invest and DBC Invest, has been partly sold to Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP). CIP is the new majority shareholder, and together with the current owners, the ambition is to make large investments and thereby expanding the plant to become one of the largest in Denmark.

Oaklins’ team in Denmark was engaged by the owners of Sindal Biogas as strategic and financial advisor in this transaction.

Oaklins has been a tremendous help for the owners and the organisation throughout a highly complex and demanding process. MORTEN GLENTHØJ – SINDAL BIOGAS

About Sindal Biogas

Sindal Biogas was founded in 2017 and has been expanded several times since. Currently, the plant is being expanded to process 500,000 tonnes of biomass annually with an intended production of upgraded biogas for the gas grid of up to 34 million cubic metres. In addition, the plant will produce biogenic CO2, which will be captured, stored and/or used in the green transition. As a result of the planned new triple-digit million investments, it is expected that the plant’s production of upgraded biogas can displace up to 50,000 tonnes of fossil CO2 per year.


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About Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP)

Founded in 2012, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners P/S (CIP) today is the world’s largest dedicated fund manager within greenfield renewable energy investments and a global leader in offshore wind. CIP’s investment in Sindal Biogas is made through its CI Advanced Bioenergy Fund I (CI ABF I), whose investors include several of the largest Danish pension funds.

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Talk to the deal team

Kim jespersen
Kim Harpøth Jespersen Copenhagen, Denmark
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Sebastian Billum Copenhagen, Denmark
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