May 2022, Vol. 249, No. 5


Renewable Natural Gas: Pipe Dream or Industry Future?

By Richard Nemec, P&GJ Contributing Editor  After several decades of being a favorite of the environmental community, natural gas finds itself amid climate change worries on the outside looking in, seeking to make billions of dollars of pipeline, processing and storage infrastructure relevant in a world hungry for a carbon-free energy future by 2050. In 2022, it’s not easy being green in the gas industry.  An RNG Pipeline. (photo: Sasol) The outcry to take gas out of the residential, commercial and industrial sectors, including power generation, has grown louder as activist groups and editorial writers inc

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