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This Natural Gas Plant Has Achieved Zero Emissions

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This really is a great innovation! CH4 is renewable! You animals fart it, it's produce in landfills and it's naturally venting from the Earth (flare gas in oil and gas)! Oxygen rich combustion is usually performed by combustion with excess air. Air contains only 21% O2, a variable amount of moisture, 78% nitrogen, 1% Argon and 400+ppm of CO2; too much in the way to be efficient. But the cost of feeding the combustion process with pure oxygen has got to be very costly! Makes it alot easier to remove the excess working fluid (CO2 byproduct) since it condenses at 74F and 876 psig.
this is retarded... you can inject browns gas and get 0 emissions and get increased energy.... water injection turbines are basically clean energy / super efficient energy of the future... the problem is communism and fake news about climate change
fake news
Why do you want to lock up CO2 it's a net benefit,plants love it!
Some basis of costing involved in setting up the plant (on a per MW basis) will be very helpful for comparison and further analysis
Hope its not a scam
I’m afraid there is nothing zero about this process.
One great solution to Global Warming (GW) is the Nuclear solution, as follows.
The idea comes from Ian Jones of Sydney Univercity. His ocean nourishment works like this.
Step 1. Make hydrogen from solar wind hydro and nuclear via electrolysis.
Step 2. Combine hydrogen with nitrogen to make ammonia.
Step 3. Combine ammonia with this carbon dioxide CO2 sourse to make Urea and water H2O.
Step 4. Dump the Urea into the ocean. Urea is highly dissolvable in water.
This helps the growth of phytoplankton. This is at the bottom of the food chain that can support fish populations and help feed the world as it grows it takes CO2 out of the air and producing oxygen. When it dies it falls to the bottom or the ocean taking carbon with it.
Talk to Ian Jones at Univercity of Sydney Au. For details and / or down load his PDF Ocean Nourishment. This has an effect on decreased ocean acidification.
It is nuclear that can make as much hydrogen as you like to make the ammonia.
Plant Bamboo.
We should concentrate on the use of net power and nuclear if we really want to keep the economy alive while also trying to reduce emissions
But muh green new deal
I can't believe all the people essentially nitpicking this. This is a realistic step forward. If the developing world used technology like this the overall carbon output would be much lower than using conventional means. Sometimes you have to compromise, you don't get to live in Neverland and expect the whole world to be 100% renewable with zero emissions overnight. That will happen as our technology continues to evolve and economic incentives align with that evolution.
Joe Rogan got me here
enter the startup firm Hypersolar, on the verge of creating an industrial scale photovoltaic capability to dissociate H2O
Great Reporting... 3:27 What carbon byproduct??? Be more specific. Is it a solid, liquid, or gas? Is it carbon monoxide, methane, mellitus anhydride or diamonds? After all, you are trying to see if this system impacts the environment or not. Bitterly disappointed.
Why do we even try. 8 billion people, and growing, will not be able to group together in order to create a stable environment. It just will not happen. Thankfully this planet will take care of itself and reset, as it should.
Your cutting down the CO2 carbon capture> Trees absorb CO2 and expel Oxygen. CO2 was at its lowest when the Planet was at its greenest. Massive Removal of CO2.
The title of the video is a trap!!!
Plants love CO2. It makes them grow yuge and GREEN. Why are people trying to choke off the beautiful trees. Why is Bloomberg promoting this travesty.
By the way it sounds like BS, there is only so much you can do with dry ice and liquid CO2 and it ends up in the atmosphere anyways.

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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.