x4550 Posted May 26, 2017 Share Posted May 26, 2017 I think gas geysers should work the same as steam geysers - that is, after they are over pressure, they should stop adding natural gas. I opened up a geyser for maybe half a cycle to make some changes, and it flooded every available gas tile with 14kg of natural gas. If I had checked, I would've seen that the inside pressure was about 400kg/m² of natural gas. Maybe it could just turn into liquid natural gas after a certain pressure. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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