Dallas, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/04/2011 -- Converting coal to a liquid fuel (CTL) – a process referred to as coal liquefaction – allows coal to be utilized as an alternative to oil.
There are two different methods for converting coal into liquid fuels like direct liquefaction and indirect liquefaction. An array of products can be made via these processes – ultra-clean petroleum and diesel, as well as synthetic waxes, lubricants, chemical feedstock’s and alternative liquid fuels such as methanol and dimethyl ether (DME).CTL fuel is readily useable today in existing transportation markets and can be delivered through existing pipelines in countries like USA.
Higher volatility in crude oil prices would lead to more investments in this new coal to liquid (CTL) market. This report segments CTL market by technology and geography. The report covers the following: Executive Summary, production process, Key drivers, constraints and opportunities, technology trends and raw materials trends. Competitive information includes profiles of leading manufacturers, M & A’s trends and patent analysis.
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