September 2016, Vol. 243, No. 9

Editor's Notebook

Editor's Notebook: Transporting Renewable Natural Gas Could Be in Pipelines' Future

Renewables and natural gas: Can it get any better than this? For President Obama, who has professed appreciation for both, this would have to be a win-win situation. As I write this column, folks are preparing to complete a unique energy experiment near St. Louis, MO. They plan to produce what they say will be the first Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) from the largest livestock manure-to-energy project of its kind. What really makes this worthwhile is that they will be able to deliver the RNG into the national pipeline grid. I haven’t asked NACE, INGAA, GTI or PRCI what the physical ramifications of such material could be to pipelines, but knowing how well-constructed todayís pipelines a

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