BP’s GTL plant meets its objectives
Capital cost of Nikiski demonstration-scale facility at around $20,000 per daily barrel
Petroleum News Editor-in-Chief
BP’s demonstration scale gas-to-liquids technology facility at Nikiski on the Kenai Peninsula in Southcentral Alaska has met its short-term objectives and BP is now doing longer-term testing on the technology which turns natural gas into synthetic crude oil. Once work is done at the facility it will....
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