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Methane half life is one thing. On an intantaneous basis it is way stronger than CO2. It disappears faster, that ...
No, they don't. These numbers are specific to the U.S., and most of the floating storage is international.
The half life of methane is short and not in same league as CO2. In the U.S. livestock farms are ...
It seems that we agree that biogas should be limited to waste, and that it should be utilised. No ...
Thanks for suggesting the promotion Advocatus!
Manure is but ONE potential feedstock for biogas. There are many others including food waste ...
Does storage calculations include tankers on the high seas? This is a soft number as it is transportable, not ...
Yeah, I meant to mention Iran. I was rushing to write this in an airport before my plane boarded and ...
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