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Process removes carbon, yielding cleaner natural gas

But Mass. cool to Canadian firm’s plans to develop technology

Chemist Jo Bullerwell analyzed gases at the Atlantic Hydrogen facility in Fredericton, New Brunswick, last month. Chemist Jo Bullerwell analyzed gases at the Atlantic Hydrogen facility in Fredericton, New Brunswick, last month. (David Smith/The Canadian Press/Associated Press)
By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / November 8, 2010

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Imagine a source of energy that is plentiful, produces small amounts of pollutants that contribute to global warming, and can be delivered to homes, businesses, and power plants without new distribution systems. (Full article: 922 words)

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