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Hi,

I'm struggling to find answer to something.

Obviously gas stoves can be adapted to use Biogas.

What about gas ovens? I cannot seem to find any examples so I'm guessing not? Not enough Oxygen used perhaps?
 
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It should work just fine as long as you have the right jetting for the burner.
 
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I concur, it shouldn't make any difference.  Natural gas is mostly all methane anyway.  Like biogas.
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