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Interesting scenario re CO2 production."Each gallon of gasoline refined and burned in an ICE produces roughly 25 lbs of CO2" Sobering, eh? (Page 30 of 36, http://www.education.lanl.gov/resources/fuelcells/fuelcells.pdf )Biofuels as hydrogen sources offer an intriguing way to diminish atmospheric CO2. Works like this: The CO2 in fossil fuels has been "locked away" and does not contribute to atmospheric CO2 levels until consumed. On the other hand, plants and decaying organic matter in landfills have extracted their carbon from terresterial or atmospheric sources. Consequently, centrally reforming biogas or landfill gas provides the means by which CO2, trapped by these organic sources, can be captured and used in other processes, or as is frequently done, injected into underground oil bearing formations to enhance secondary oil recovery operations.Regards,Jay
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