BP looks to commercialize GTL process
Engineering firms sign on with BP, partner Davy to help license ‘proven’ Fischer-Tropsch process to convert stranded gas to liquid
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BP and a London-based partner, Davy Process Technology, on May 3 announced deals with three engineering firms to help commercialize technology to produce liquid hydrocarbons using a “proven” Fischer-Tropsch process.
The three firms were chosen as engineering, procurement and construction contractors....
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‘Time is ripe’ for gas conversion
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