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Biogeochemical Factors Enhancing Microbially Generated Methane in Coalbeds

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The project objective was to investigate microbial agents and their ability to convert coal into methane under in-situ conditions. The types of microbes, conversion rates and conditions for optimum methane generation were assessed.


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Citation Chad Rowan, Biogeochemical Factors Enhancing Microbially Generated Methane in Coalbeds, 2018-07-25, https://edx.netl.doe.gov/dataset/biogeochemical-factors-enhancing-microbially-generated-methane-in-coalbeds
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NETL Point of Contact Roy Long
NETL Point of Contact's Email Roy.Long@netl.doe.gov
NETL program or project Unconventional