GTL offers solution to gas flaring

01 February 2009

COMPACTGTL is on track to supply Petrobras with a $45m, 20 barrels a day (b/d) pilot unit for processing associated gas into synthetic crude (syncrude) by the start of 2010, says chief executive Peter Riches. And, he adds, the Brazilian national oil company is likely to adopt the Fischer-Tropsch (FT) technology permanently.

CompactGTL, a privately owned UK firm,...



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