Synthetic Natural Gas

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Synthetic Natural Gas (SNG), also referred to as substitute natural gas, is a manufactured form of natural gas. It is created through converting or reforming carbonaceous feedstocks (coal, biomass) and can be used in almost every way that natural gas can be used.

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Types of bioenergy edit

Gases: Biopropane | Biogas | Synthetic natural gas | Syngas
Liquids: Biodiesel | Biobutanol | Biogasoline | Biokerosene | Biomass-to-Liquids (BTL) | Dimethyl ether (DME)
ETBE | Ethanol | Methanol | Pure plant oil (PPO) | Pyrolysis oil | Synthetic Natural Gas
Solids: Biomass pellets | Char/Charcoal | Wood


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