Friday, 5 September 2014

SAY NO TO RUSSIAN GAS ....PUT IN THE BIOGAS WAR IN PERSPECTIVE COOKING SHIT USING SHIT TO COOK THE SHIT ...A GREAT IDEA Biogas: Option for Mitigating and Adaptation of Climate Change...United Gas CEO is tired of paying taxes on a tract of land he considers a useless asset. Located seventy miles from Houston, the land sits idle save for the lignite deposits beneath its surface. But if there's a way to generate revenue from a couple of hundred acres the idea. an impractical plot Two scientists have unwittingly stumbled upon genetically-modified super-termites that chew up lignite to produce natural gas.they use the technology to turn into something hard as project manager can't find a fatal flaw in what he initially waves off as another farfetched idea. He pulls together an unlikely group to implement among them professor Jennito da Gama come to terms with his past and future. No one suspects that RUSSIAN AND UKRANIAN AND ALI BABA UND ALIBABA CHINESE terrorists in mundane yet strategically placed positions of power will mobilize to sabotage the plan because it threatens the world's dependence on RUSSIAN GAS OR GAZPROM GAS AND SHALE GAS R'US OF A ... "THE BIOGAS WARLORDS"is a genuinely satisfying combination of science, intrigue, and romance.THE 1984 BOOK OR BOOKLETS Biogas: What It Is, How It Is Made, How to Use It by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Biogas technology was introduced in Kenya in the mid 1950's. Since then, only a small percentage of farmers in the country have adopted it. In addition, the functioning status and sustainability of the constructed biogas plants has remained unknown. As the potential of the technology to provide energy for cooking and lighting remain unexploited, prices of other energy sources such as kerosene continue to rise and trees continue to be cut down for firewood and charcoal and hence environmental degradation through deforestation. On the other hand, the firewood produces smoky fumes that cause indoor air pollution and while this is happening, animal waste remains unmanaged. This book sheds light on the socioeconomic and technological constraints to adoption and sustainability of biogas technology among dairy cattle farmers in Nakuru districts, Kenya. should be useful to all stakeholders in biogas OPTIONS.JÁ SINTO MWINGI

The biogas handbook: Science, production and applications IT'S VERY SIMILAR TO THE BOOKS FROM THE BIOGAS WAR IN THE  80'S

With increasing pressures to utilize wastes effectively and sustainably, biogas production represents one of the most important routes towards reaching renewable energy targets. This comprehensive reference on the development and deployment of biogas supply chains and technology reviews the role of biogas in the energy mix and outlines the range of biomass and waste resources for biogas production. Contributors provide detailed coverage of anaerobic digestion for the production of biogas and review the utilization of biogas for various applications. They consider all aspects in the biogas production chain from the origin of the biomass feedstocks, feedstock selection and preparation, the anaerobic digestion process, biogas plant equipment design and operation, through to utilization of the biogas for energy production and the residue, the digestate, which can be used as a biofertilizer. The book also addresses biogas utilization, and explores environmental impacts and commercial market applications. 

Part 1 Biomass resources, feedstock treatment and biogas production: Biomass resources for biogas production; Analysis and characterisation of biogas feedstocks; Storage and pre-treatment of substrates for biogas production; Fundamental science and engineering of the anaerobic digestion process for biogas production; Optimisation of biogas yields from anaerobic digestion by feedstock type; Anaerobic digestion as a key technology for biomass valorisation: Roles and contribution to the energy balance of biofuel chains 

Part 2 Plant design, engineering, process optimisation and digestate utilization: Design and engineering of biogas plants; Energy flows in biogas plants: Analysis and implications for plant design; Process control in biogas plants; Methane emissions in biogas production; Biogas digestate quality and utilization; Land application of digestate Part 3 Biogas utilisation: international experience and best practice: Biogas cleaning; Biogas up-grading to biomethane; Biomethane injection into natural gas networks; Generation of heat and power from biogas for stationery applications: Boilers, gas engines and turbines, combined heat and power (CHP) plants and fuel cells; 

Biomethane for transport applications; 

 Market development and certification schemes for biomethanE


  1. ALL GAS IS SHIT ALL MEAT IS GRASS...5 September 2014 at 13:18