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  1. The Demand for Bio-LNG as a Renewable Energy Solution
  2. ‘Natural gas’ or ‘methane’? Americans see a big difference
  3. How Biogas Technology Can Save the Agricultural Industry
  4. Waste No Waste: Time to Embrace Biogas
  5. Is Big Gas finally learning to love biogas?
  6. We need to get behind Renewable Natural Gas
  7. Difference between a Turbo and Positive Displacement Blower
  8. The Difference between Methane and Natural Gas
  9. First Dairy Biogas Project in Connecticut
  10. Does Renewable Natural Gas Have a Future in Energy?
  11. Biogas Offtake Opportunities For Digesters
  12. Wisconsin Dairy Begins Production of Renewable Natural Gas
  13. Anaerobic Digestion Sector Forming a Clearer Picture
  14. Brightmark to Expand Western New York Dairy Biogas Project
  15. Biogas - The Energy Wonder That's Under Our Noses
  16. Power Generation Achieved by a Self-Assembled Biofuel Cell
  17. Less Carbon Dioxide from Natural Gas
  18. Project Uses Renewable Electricity for RNG Production
  19. Smithfield Hog Farm Provides Natural Gas to Missouri City
  20. From Waste to Gas
  21. Gas Clash Threatens Australian Export
  22. Maximizing Opportunities of Anaerobic Digestion from Wastewater
  23. Catalyst to Speed up Conversion of Biomass to Biofuel
  24. How It Works: Ethanol
  25. Anaerobic Digestion - the Next Big Renewable Energy Source
  26. Anaerobic Additions
  27. 3 Tech Solutions for Modern Landfills
  28. The Costs and Benefits of Anaerobic Digesters
  29. Bacteria Farts Power Wastewater Plant in Fort Wayne
  30. Europe’s First Poultry Manure Biogas Plant
  31. Electricity Using Pig Manure
  32. $38-Million Biodigester coming to Grand Rapids
  33. Biochar Could Benefit Anaerobic Digestion of Animal Manure
  34. Getting More out of Anaerobic Digestion
  35. Biogas prevents 20 million tonnes of CO2 emissions per year
  36. Converting to green gas grid ‘could be vital’
  37. ABDA Challenges Misleading Article on Anaerobic Digestion
  38. Del Monte Philippines Harvests Energy
  39. Augusta to Generate Electricity from Methane
  40. Biogas Could Save Wastewater Plants Energy
  41. Methane Continues to Pollute Even After Drilling Stops
  42. Cows in Glass Boxes to Reduce Methane Emissions
  43. Quantifying Methane Emissions
  44. Biogas from Chicken Litter
  45. The Saint-Hyacinthe Biogas Plant
  46. Colorado - Turning Food Waste into Electricity
  47. Asia Biogas Starts Renewable Project in Thailand
  48. Methane - Making Energy From Waste
  49. New Anaerobic Digesters for Indiana
  50. Bringing Anaerobic Digestion to Africa
  51. Waste to Electricity - The Power of Anaerobic Digestion
  52. Using Renewable Energy Generated Onsite
  53. How Microbes Break Down Wastewater Contaminants
  54. From Sewage Sludge to Syngas
  55. Biogas - Synthesizing Substrates
  56. Biogas from Hogs
  57. Garbage into Electricity? Metro Explores Options
  58. Wood and the Moisture Within
  59. 12 Points that Explain the State of the WTE Market
  60. Digester Mixing System - More Methane and Energy Savings
  61. Big Potential for Biogas in Africa
  62. Vaporized Hog Waste Testing to Begin
  63. This Cactus Could Help Fuel Our Drought-Stricken World
  64. Canada funds 2 new landfill gas projects
  65. BIOFerm, Viessmann selected for biogas project in New York
  66. Idaho City Implements GE Anaerobic Digestion Technology
  67. Mobile Tanks for Spreading Digestate
  68. Biogas Reactors for the Home
  69. Vermont Dairies Using "Cow Power"
  70. Transforming Slaughterhouse to Powerhouse
  71. Colorado's Other Natural Gas Industry
  72. Climate Change: Improving Soil Fertility is Key
  73. Ontario County Farm is Making the Most of Waste
  74. Massachusetts Supermarket Breaks Ground on AD System
  75. Renewable Energy - The Impact of Biomass Power
  76. UC Employs Synergistic Approach to AD, Algae and Biodiesel
  77. More Efficient Anaerobic Digestion
  78. Proving Biomass Power Economics
  79. Biofuel Crops Replace Grasslands Nationwide
  80. Biogas Production
  81. Sludge-slurping Microbes
  82. Aquaponics Farming Catching On
  83. Australian Biomass Plant To Improve Soil
  84. Generating Power from Waste Gas
  85. Generating Clean Water and Energy
  86. Drax Publishes Biomass Supply Data
  87. Anaerobic Wastewater Technology Benefits Dairy
  88. Turning Muck into Money
  89. Rainbow Trout's Own Bacteria Could Combat Coldwater Disease
  90. Fungal Waste Biomass Could Be Used to Harvest Microalgae
  91. Hydroponics Making Winter Vegetable Production Possible
  92. Aquaculture Likely to Play Big Role in Oyster Rebirth
  93. Manure-to-Energy Plant Launches in San Joaquin Valley
  94. Grass to Gas
  95. Energy Cane Demonstration Potential as Biomass Crop
  96. Biomass Plus Carbon Capture Yields Negative-Emission Energy
  97. Converting Brewery Waste to Energy in California
  98. A Bright Future for Waste Conversion
  99. Combining Solar Thermal Energy With Biomass
  100. Aquaculture Outreach At Iowa State Evolves With Industry
  101. Analysis Shows Massive Aquaculture Growth
  102. Aquaponics Is A 'Growing' Trend
  103. Methane Emissions: US Rules are Changing
  104. Dairy Farm Will Generate Electricity Instead of Smell
  105. Biofuel and Biomaterial Crops: We Might Be Doing it Wrong
  106. New Biogas Project - Microsoft and University of Wyoming
  107. Comparing the Costs of Biomass Conversion and Offshore Wind
  108. How Much Does Biogas Cost to Make?
  109. Nanoparticle Technology Triples Production of Biogas
  110. Building A Better Biofuel
  111. Bull Market
  112. Minnesota AD Facility Among the Nation's Largest
  113. Biomass - An Alternative to Traditional Energy Sources
  114. New Ways Of Creating Clean Energy From Biomass And Methane
  115. Manure to Clean Water
  116. Researchers Examine Ways to Optimize Anaerobic Digestion
  117. BioStar Systems Plans $60 Million Biogas Production Facility
  118. UC Davis - Turning Trash Into Clean Energy 
  119. Michigan State University receives Project of the Year Award 
  120. Colorado's Other Natural Gas Industry