by Staff Writers
Los Angeles CA (SPX) Jul 18, 2011
Roger Anderson, President of X9 Gold Development, has announced that multiple tests conducted over the past 18 months have demonstrated that carbon in precious metal ores can be converted to natural gas (methane) during fine milling utilizing X9 Gold's Bubble Mill Technology.
"Over 250 milling processes on a variety of ores have yielded the production of natural gas (methane) as a by-product of the milling process. The amount of natural gas generated seems to be in direct proportion to the carbon content of the ore. "
Mr. Anderson also explained that, "The production of natural gas occurs as part of the milling process with no increase in energy consumption. The gas production amounts to "a free use of energy."
In conclusion, he noted, "The technology for capturing gas is well known. Use of the gas produced is, as noted above, a function of carbon content conversion rates. We would expect that gas output in a variety of ores will produce sufficient quantities to be used for external energy generators."
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