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Alternative fuels, gas-to-liquids; Suffocating GTL developments. John Baldwin. Petroleum Review March 2008, P. 42, 44

Five years ago, the conversion of methane into synthetic diesel (gas-to-liquids, or GTL) was all the rage, with prospects of significant volumes being produced by 2012. That seems a long time ago, as two major developments have since taken place, writes John Baldwin, Managing Director, CNG Services.

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