Waste Management forms small-scale GTL joint venture with Velocys and others

Waste Management, Ventech Engineers International, NRG Energy, and Velocys recently formed a joint venture (JV) to produce fuels and chemicals using small-scale gas-to-liquids (GTL) technology from natural gas and biogas. The JV's first facility will be designed by Ventech using Velocys' catalyst...

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