Syntroleum Corp. will begin offering its licensees access to proprietary hydrocracking technology optimized for converting synthetic crude oil into ultra-clean, sulfur-free synthetic transportation fuels — primarily diesel and jet fuels. Syntroleum's hydrocracking technology operates at lower pressure and requires less hydrogen than is normally required for hydrocracking conventional crude oil. Syntroleum has used the technology to produce test fuels for several major auto manufacturers, ...
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