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Technologies for Releasing Reserves
Converting natural gas into liquid fuels (GTL)
Gas2 is a gas reforming technology company focused on bringing to market a new generation of natural gas to liquid (GTL) reactors based on pMR™ porous membrane cores as the platform technology.
The Gas2 approach offers great potential for working very efficiently at low & medium gas pressures and at high single pass conversion rates resulting in radically lower CAPEX and OPEX and significantly smaller foot print than conventional GTL solutions.
The process will be scalable through modularity and can be applied across a wide range of gas resources from small/micro facilities through to larger scale operations.
Our Catalytic Partial Oxidation (CPOX) Syngas reactor design is well developed and moving into the pilot plant phase during 2011 and our innovative approach to low temperature Fischer-Tropsch (LTFT) is at the proof of concept stage. We plan to be ready for LTFT piloting during 2012.
Our aim is to offer a radically different process technology which can provide best in class solutions to monetising gas reserves currently considered sub economic (stranded) and develop a very environmentally attractive, cost effective alternative to flaring or reinjection of unwanted gas.
In the longer term we see applications for Gas2 technology in larger scale industrial plants for the production of Syncrude, Methanol, Hydrogen, Ammonia and other valuable industrial products.
Associated links: Learn more about how Gas2 can release your GTL potential