A new video game engine that uses compressed natural gas for power and is capable of generating electricity for indoor environments has been created.
The video game Engine is a hybrid of a compressor and a water pump, and uses compressed methane to provide power for indoor applications.
The company that developed the engine, a British company called Bixby, says that the video game engines they developed were able to generate energy from the natural gas in a manner that was more efficient than conventional hydraulic fracturing or fracking.
This is a major step forward in the energy revolution, as it could make it possible to create more efficient water and power plants that could reduce CO2 emissions and the impact of climate change, the company said.
“This breakthrough is a game-changer for the energy industry, because now it will be possible to generate electricity from the energy that you are producing using compressed natural-gas,” said David Mowbray, chief executive of Bix by the Sea, a firm that has developed an underwater methane generator.
“The technology is now a reality, and this breakthrough opens up a whole new set of opportunities for businesses and governments to develop energy-efficient buildings and structures.”
Bixby is currently developing the engine in partnership with a company called GreenTech.
GreenTech, which also develops underwater power sources, said that it will use the technology to build a water power plant that can generate energy at sea level using natural gas.
The new video games engine is currently in a closed beta stage.
A full release is planned, and the company says that it is working on a commercial version of the engine.
Mowbrays team has built a prototype underwater methane system that is capable with natural gas as a fuel source.
The underwater methane generators that Bix By the Sea is building can generate electricity at sea-level.
The methane generator is designed to work on water at the depth of 500 metres (1,811 feet) and at the pressures of about 4.8 atmospheres per square centimetre.
This means that the device is capable generating electricity at the ocean depths of about 3,000 metres (9,500 feet).
It is capable emitting methane gas at pressures of 5,500 atmospheres (16,000 pounds per square inch).
At this depth, methane is considered the most stable form of methane.
Methylene chloride, the gas that is emitted when the methane gas reacts with water, is also considered to be stable, but this gas is only emitted in very small amounts at these depths.
The developers said that the technology can be scaled up and built on a large scale, allowing it to be used in any location.
This has been a huge step for the underwater methane generation industry, which has struggled to find a viable energy source for marine applications.
The methane generation companies have been struggling to find any commercial applications for the technology, which is difficult to convert into power due to the low atmospheric pressure of the methane.
Methane is a greenhouse gas that can cause global warming.
Methane has been found to cause methane releases that are larger than those of CO2, which contributes to global warming, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
The first underwater methane systems that are being built are currently under construction, but more underwater methane production could be made using the technology.