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December 1, 2013

Innovations in Gasification

Each region and each application needs a distinct gasification technology. Fortunately the equipment is growing and changing to meet the demands

Joy LePree

There is increasing interest in meeting the growing demand for generating power, fuels and chemicals by tapping into local resources. It not only reduces reliance on imported oil and gas, but also guarantees stable price development over the long term. One available solution, according to the experts, is the environmentally friendly gasification of carbon-containing fuels, such as coal, refinery residues, biomass or waste, into these high-grade products....

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