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Is it possible to utilize biogas as supplementary gasses in the natural gas grid?

Is it possible to utilize biogas as supplementary gasses in the natural gas grid?

Essentially Biogas and natural gas are the same type of gas with the composition of methane and carbon dioxide. Biogas is gaseous energy carriers obtained from plant-based or animal-based biomass while natural gas is mixture of hydro-carbon and forming from the fossil. So why does the question above arise? The reason is coming from currentlySelengkapnyaIs it possible to utilize biogas as supplementary gasses in the natural gas grid?

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