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9/11/2020 What ship is best for Gas Harvesting? The Venture is a great ship to use when harvesting gas. As you can see from the traits below it gets a huge role bonus on gas harvesting yields, it has a 5.000 m3 cargo hold, it can fit two gas harvesters and has an extra high slot for a scanner or a cloak, depending on your needs.
27/3/2012 I wanted to find out if anyone had any suggestions on ship options for wormhole gas mining. I have a character that will be moving to a wormhole and will have POS access (mass isn't an issue). Grav sites will be cleared of rats and I have no concern on tanking (if I'm found the ship will most likely be destroyed, tank or no tank).
In this guide, we will take a closer look at wide understood Mining in the Eve Online. Most of the information will be directed to the new players, but old hands will find something for themselves as well. We will cover mining-related skills, modules, ships, ship
Ship Venture 1 479.820,00 High slots Core Probe Launcher I 1 23.933,00 Gas Cloud Harvester I 2 6.776.000,00 Mid slots Alumel-Wired Enduring Sensor Booster 2 31.206,00 5MN Quad LiF Restrained Microwarpdrive 1 37.728,00 Low slots Damage Control I 1 2
Gas mining can be performed in any ship with at least one turret slot, but the kings of gas harvesting are the Venture and its Tech 2 derivatives, the Prospect and Endurance. Gas mining cannot be performed by a ship that has high slots but no turret hardpoints, as the Gas Harvester modules require a
7/6/2008 Mining gas in a venture with out mining frigate V and T2 Gas harvesters is a waste of time. Also, a cloaking device is idea as you'll be able to hide if some one starts to scan for your ship. You'll want this anyway if you're using a probing ship to find the sites to begin with.
17/2/2018 Gas Sites are either hidden gas clouds or booster production facilities which use the materials found within these nebulae. Due to variations in the composition of the gasses within them, nebulae tend to absorb and emit specific frequencies in the spectra of light.