The process converts natural gas to gasoline, and the gasoline product properties are such that it can readily be used as a drop-in fuel or used as a perfect blend stock in the gasoline pool. Plant capacities can range from as small as 1,500 bbl/d to above 30,000 bbl/d and can easily be matched to the available gas resources.
A 23 bbl/d TIGASTM demonstration plant, DOE-funded project, will start-up early 2013. Data and results from the initial operation will be presented.
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