I love biomethane and bio-LNG. Most of the technologies used to get there are very fancy and not very economical but there is a groundswell of projects that make a lot of sense. What makes little sense is having biogas in regions that don’t produce a lot of biogas-friendly vegetation. because this drives your cost. Certain parts of the world have green stuff growing faster than they can cut it. Anywhere else it’s a losing proposition. That said, no matter how much we boost it, it will always only be a tiny part of global gas. Abiotic gas is way more potent.
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