By Don Willmott
It’s strange that big and beautiful Lake Kivu, which sits on the border of Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, is largely unknown outside of Africa — because it’s a very special lake indeed. Positioned atop Africa’s longest volcanic rift, its waters are supersaturated with potentially volatile gases that could one day explode violently and kill thousands. But what if there were a way to tap into the lake, extract the explosive gases, and burn them to create energy?
That’s the idea behind a multi-million dollar project owned by the U.S.-based energy company ContourGlobal.上海桑拿网419论坛