Technology developed 40 years ago to convert coal into substitute natural gas is making a comeback — processes to make Bio-SNG are approaching
Considering that a large fraction of the synthesis gas (syngas) produced today is made by steam reforming of natural gas, it might seem curious that in some parts of the world, syngas is being converted into substitute natural gas (SNG). Nevertheless, such role reversal is common...
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