Q. What are Gas-to-liquids processes?
A. Gas-to-liquids (GTL) processes convert gases, usually methane, into liquid chemicals such as methanol, or a fuel such as diesel. Liquids have a high energy density and are easy to store and distribute.
Q. What are the applications for Gas-to-liquids processes?
A. There are three main types of application:-
Q. What are the possible applications for the Omnagen Cell?
A. Carrying the reactions out in a fuel cell allows more control than in a conventional process, as energy is taken out as electricity. Examples are:-
Many of the products are made on a huge scale, so the potential savings in energy costs and carbon dioxide emissions are massive, as shown in the graph below.
To discover more about these reactions, and how the cells work, please contact Ken Omersa; phone and email details are provided here.
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