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Myke Feinman Refine Fuels Reporter
Thu May 15, 2014 11:50 AM CDT

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- Biogas, natural gas derived from biological feedstocks, has the potential to replace up to 51% of fossil fuels in the United States, with compressed natural gas potentially displacing 21% of the U.S. market for gasoline, according to a report released Thursday, May 15, at the BIO Industrial World Congress in Philadelphia, Pa.

Michael Schuppenhauer, president and CEO of Farmatic, a global company that constructs plants that produce CNG fuel from biological sources, presented a report at the Biotechnology Industry Organization event Thursday morning called "The U.S. Biogas Potential: Putting the pieces together to replace 50% of ...

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