Potential of biogenic methane for pilot-scale fermentation ex situ with lump anthracite and the changes of methanogenic consortia

@article{Yang2018PotentialOB,
  title={Potential of biogenic methane for pilot-scale fermentation ex situ with lump anthracite and the changes of methanogenic consortia},
  author={Xiu-qing Yang and Yanmei Chen and Ruiwei Wu and Zhiqiang Nie and Zuoying Han and Kaili Tan and Linyong Chen},
  journal={Journal of Industrial Microbiology \& Biotechnology},
  year={2018},
  volume={45},
  pages={229-237}
}
Pilot-scale fermentation is one of the important processes for achieving industrialization of biogenic coalbed methane (CBM), although the mechanism of biogenic CBM remains unknown. In this study, 16 samples of formation water from CBM production wells were collected and enriched for methane production, and the methane content was between 3.1 and 21.4%. The formation water of maximum methane production was used as inoculum source for pilot-scale fermentation. The maximum methane yield of the… 

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