Maverick Synfuels introduced first small-scale modular methane-to-methanol production plant
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Maverick Synfuels introduces small-scale methane-to-methanol production plant

11:45 AM, 26th September 2014
Maverick Synfuels introduced  first small-scale modular methane-to-methanol production plant

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, US: Maverick Synfuels, a leader in alternative chemicals and fuels production technology, introduced the first small-scale, modular methane-to-methanol production plant that can be co-located at the methane source. The Maverick Oasis system allows producers to monetize biogas and natural gas (including associated or flare gas, and stranded gas reserves), as an alternative to producing electricity or venting destructive greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

The Maverick Oasis factory-built Gas-to-Liquids (GTL) methanol plants are modular, and can be rapidly deployed onsite to produce thousands of gallons per day of ultra-clean methanol from natural gas or methane-rich waste gas. The plants are designed to be low-cost, highly efficient facilities optimized to generate an attractive project rate of return. Each Oasis modular facility comes equipped with performance guarantees based on the designed methanol output rating.

 “At this scale, the Maverick Oasis system is the first commercially proven technology that converts low-value gas feedstocks into methanol and higher-value products,” said Jeff Harrison, Chief Engineering Officer, Maverick.

 

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