EIA says GTL faces economic hurdles
Viability of producing liquid fuel from natural gas may require wax and lubricants as side products and relatively small plants
There has been much interest of late in the construction of industrial plants that operate a gas-to-liquids, or GTL, process that converts natural gas to syncrude, a liquid fuel similar to diesel refined from crude oil. A major appeal seems to lie in the possibility of arbitraging relatively low cos....
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