Chapter 1.2.3:  Replacing Natural Gas
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Job 3. Replacing Natural Gas.

See "Replacing Oil" for now.

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Worldwide, for over 100 years, until after World War II, "City Gas" was manufactured locally in cities from coal feedstock. Then the U.S. developed a grid of pipelines to bring gas, called "natural gas",  from oilfields to the larger cities. Now we have the nationwide gas line grid shown below.

Now, it seems, we have come full circle with the necessity to manufacture "Heating Gas" from biomass synfuel feedstock using nuclear energy.





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