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Bertola, L.D., Jongbloed, H., van, d.G., de Knijff, P., Yamaguchi, N., Hooghiemstra, H., Bauer, H., Henschel, P., White, P.A., Driscoll, C.A., Tende, T., Ottosson, U., Saidu, Y., Vrieling, K.

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William Gosling

Methane Emissions and Wastewater: Sources, Effects and Solutions

To the average person, daydreaming about wastewater is something we just don’t do. Do you however consider what it is that you might be flushing down the toilet or pouring down the drain? 872 more words

Halting Fugitive Methane Emissions Is Key to Attaining Natural Gas’ Environmental Benefits

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor

Natural gas has recently replaced coal-fired generation as the dominant form of generation in the U.S. From the standpoint of power plant emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) this is good news. 643 more words

Natural Gas

What If We Were All Vegans

POSTED BY THE VEGAN HUSBAND

Given all the great mysteries of life you could ponder, have you ever wondered what would happen if we all ate a vegetarian diet?   480 more words

The Vegan Husband

"Could Less Gassy Livestock Be a Cash Cow?"

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-08-18/could-less-gassy-livestock-be-a-cash-cow

It’s time to have a conversation about flatulent cows.

The hamburgers and cheese that come from U.S. cattle may be favorite fare at many summer cookouts, but the methane the same cows produce is significantly less appetizing.

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News

"Clatratus" or The Clathrate Gun Hypothesis: Methane “Burping” is Cause for Concern

Estimated reading time: 30 second story, then a 5 minute article

“You don’t have to do this.” I pleaded him. We stood on the marked bullseye, him on the red ring, me on the white. 1,226 more words

Science

6,500 km2 methane cloud tells about gas leaks

Look up in New Mexico and on most days you’ll see the unmistakably vast blue skies that make the Southwest region so unique.But there’s also something hovering over the Four Corners region that a naked eye can’t detect: A 2,500-square mile cloud of  50 more words

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