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Renewable Natural Gas: A Viable Fuel for Power Generation and Transportation

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor Most of us think of natural gas as a reliable, plentiful fossil fuel. Less discussed is its renewable equivalent: biomethane, a biogas that is the result of the decomposition of organic matter. Once processed, this … Continue reading

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Stealth Demand for Natural Gas Fuel is Quietly Building

by Belinda Petty, Enerdynamics Instructor Those in the natural gas industry are very aware of the natural gas supply surplus in the U.S. Articles fill industry trade newsletters and mainstream media. Additionally, there are numerous blurbs outlining big future demand … Continue reading

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LNG Rail, Trucking, and Shipping Soon to Be Common?

by  Bob Shively, Enerdynamics’ President and Lead Instructor Low North American natural gas prices continue to fundamentally change the future of energy.  In Enerdynamics’ blog, we’ve already talked about the shift to gas-fired electricity generation[1], development of Compressed Natural Gas … Continue reading

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