Step one successful at BP’s gas-to-liquids plant
First of three-stage chemical process is operating at BP’s GTL plant in Nikiski, final “white crude” product remains to be produced
Petroleum News Contributing Writer
BP Exploration (Alaska) is producing synthetic gas at its gas-to-liquids demonstration plant in Nikiski, Alaska; the first of the three-stage chemical process for converting natural gas to a clean-burning diesel fuel.
“At this point, we’ve successfully demonstrated that the compact reformer can man....
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One quarter of the size
Final product yet to be produced
Fuel cell project canceled
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