By Chris Sharratt, Jaco Schieke2011-10-01T12:59:00
Source: Foster Wheeler
Various types of carbonaceous materials are converted into liquid hydrocarbon fuels, a sector widely known as XTL. In this article, Foster Wheeler’s Chris Sharratt and Jaco Schieke review some of the challenges faced in developing XTL projects, and the opportunities ahead for future XTL deployment.
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