Report predicts gas-to-liquids growth
Marathon ready to start Oklahoma demonstration plant next month
Petroleum News Juneau Correspondent
While BP’s gas-to-liquids demonstration plant at Nikiski continues to turn out about 180 barrels per day of clean fuel, a recent study by an international energy consulting firm says growing GTL production worldwide could supply 5 percent of diesel demand by 2010 in North America, Europe and the Pac....
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