Tag: Fischer–Tropsch

  • Gas to Liquids – Historical Development and Future Prospects

    By: Olga Glebova

    While GTL or ‘Gas to Liquids’ is frequently referred to in natural gas circles, apart from project-specific summaries produced by the sponsoring companies, there is little in the way of contemporary literature to set the context for GTL against the backdrop of today’s increasingly connected global gas situation. As with many technological advances, ‘necessity was […]

  • Gas-to-Liquid – A Viable Alternative to Oil-Derived Transport Fuels?

    By: Craig Brown

    A number of high-profile projects and a wave of recent investments have focused attention on the global gas-to-liquid (GTL) industry, suggesting a latent potential for gas-to-liquid fuels to usher in a new conceptualization of oil product markets. The clean-burning, high-quality characteristics of GTL diesel fuels lend support to this outlook, seemingly offering a viable substitute […]

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