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Renewable Gas : A Farewell to Energy Mining ?

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All the world’s petrogeologists agree – there’s plenty of gas in them there rocks, sands and shales (and muds !) But is it worth digging for, when we could be producing Renewable Gas on the Earth’s surface instead ? Questions, questions. The answer still includes energy mining – as we need somewhere to store Renewable Gas – a much better use for emptied sub-sea hydrocarbon caverns than locking away very useful Carbon Dioxide…What ? Carbon Dioxide is “useful”, you say ? Yes, I do say. Very important in balancing gas composition and the combustion properties of Renewable Gas. Click on the slide for an outline…

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