Converting natural gas to liquids, essentially diesel fuel, has been used where natural gas was stranded, such as in Qatar. The Fischer-Tropsch process was originally developed in Germany and, using gasified coal, produced the fuel on which German tanks ran Continue reading Gas to Liquids in US
There are essentially two methods for replacing “oil-derived” diesel fuel in the United States. The first is to use natural gas in either a compressed form (CNG) or in a liquefied form (LNG). The second is to convert natural gas Continue reading And the Winner is?