Microbify works with methane-producing microorganisms, so-called "methanogenic archaea". They produce green natural gas (methane) from hydrogen and carbon dioxide in a short time and high quality.
Unlike fossil natural gas, which is limited as a resource and releases additional carbon dioxide when burned, our biological system is inexhaustible and renewable.
Underground methanation in natural gas storages
Natural gas reservoirs provide a natural habitat for methanogens. The organisms are frugal: they can easily survive even several months without "food" (hydrogen and carbon dioxide) and simply start growing again when fresh substrate is made available to them.
For more information on microorganisms in underground storage, see Analytics.