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Kogas funds CBM research

Kogas signs aggreement with the University of Queensland

South Korea’s Kogas has signed a five-year agreement with the University of Queensland to provide employee training and consultancy services in coal-bed methane (CBM) technology. The university is researching the dynamics of CBM reserves to increase recovery of the resource. It is researching CBM production methods such as using carbon dioxide or flue gas to drive out more methane from the coal seam or using microbes to manufacture more methane from the coal itself.


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