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Jet fuel or liquid natural gas: now available from a trash bin near you, Part II

Jet fuel or liquid natural gas: now available from a trash bin near you, Part II

July 22, 2014 |

In part 1, Tim Sklar considered Basic Arguments for Considering a Waste-to LNG Pathway, the Growing World-Wide Demand for LNG, and LNG Demand in the US, here. The Transportation Segment The other major potential market in the US is LNG that used as a transportation fuel in vehicles  designed to run on compressed natural gas […]

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Jet fuel or liquid natural gas: now available from a trash bin near you, Part I

Jet fuel or liquid natural gas: now available from a trash bin near you, Part I

July 21, 2014 |

By Tim Sklar Special to the Digest Part 1 of 2 Anyone that has followed the evolution of processes that are used to make fuels out of waste recognizes that the permutations and combinations of processes that can be used has become mind-boggling, as the pathways that can best be used, continue to change. As […]

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