U.S. national goals to reduce dependence on imported energy get a boost from ConocoPhillips, which says its process to turn coal gas into high-quality diesel fuel not only is economically viable but reduces industrial-pollution. ConocoPhillips (CP) gas-to-liquids (GTL) program manager Jim Rockwell and Phil Amick, coal and coke gasification technology licensing manager, recently detailed for Ward's some of the GTL process’ technical details. ConocoPhillips’ GTL technology – ...

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