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biogas

A gas produced by the biological degradation of organic material under anaerobic conditions, which consists primarily of methane and CO2, and smaller amounts of water vapour, nitrogen, hydrogen and other gases.
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The leftovers are heated and natural bacteria break down the food, releasing biomethane.
has signed a 15-year agreement through its subsidiary, Dallas Clean Energy, for the sale of renewable biomethane produced at the McCommas Bluff landfill in Dallas, Texas.
National Grid, which along with British Gas helped on the project, estimates biomethane could account for at least 15% of domestic gas consumption by 2020.
The CARB analysis mentioned above also evaluated the GHG reduction potential of biomethane produced from landfill gas, and concluded that that this biomethane, when used in vehicles, reduces GHG emissions by almost 90% when compared with gasoline and diesel fuel.
The biogas then needs to be upgraded to biomethane, which is a renewable fuel with similar properties to natural gas.
The methane given off from food waste is around 21 times worse than carbon dioxide, yet converting it into a biomethane transport fuel is our best tool against climate change.
Biomethane is pipeline-quality gas derived from biomass as defined by the California Energy Commission (CEC), which includes any organic material not derived from fossil fuels, including agricultural crops, agricultural and forestry wastes and residues, and construction wood wastes, among others.
The Estonian Economy and Infrastructure Minister Kristen Michal has revealed that the Baltic country will produce biomethane oil from the locally available raw materials.
Lambro discussed CNH Industrial's leadership in natural gas and biomethane technology to improve air quality in urban areas and CO[sub.
NGVAmerica represents more than 150 companies interested in the promotion and use of natural gas and biomethane as transportation fuels, including: engine, vehicle and equipment manufacturers; fleet operators and service providers; natural gas companies; and environmental groups and government organizations.
Biomethanation is the process of converting biomass to biomethane.
With today's technology, the use of a mixed fuel consisting of 80 percent LNG and 20 percent biomethane could prevent approx.