April 2010 Vol. 237 No. 4


Gas Utilities Should Ask A Simple Question: Whats In Your Pipeline?

Alternative sources of methane gas often get overlooked in America’s ongoing quest to relieve its dependence on finite fossil fuels and decrease its greenhouse gas emissions. However, what should not be overlooked is the reality that biogas can be a supplement to natural gas in this country’s natural gas transmission and distribution systems. Across the country, municipalities are making that valuable discovery. Over the last several years, many cities and towns have become involved with alternative energy and renewable energy projects that deliver an alternative source of methane gas from non-traditional sources. And as a result, these communities are demonstrating

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