Bigger isn't always better: Small-scale GTL developers race to monetize on stranded gas

Over the past six years, we’ve monitored gas-to-liquids (GTL) technologies as one of the fastest growing areas of interest in our Alternative Fuels coverage from both an industry and academic perspective (see the October 20, 2014 LRAFJ). While major oil and gas companies, Shell and Sasol, have de...

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