Gas-to-Liquids Technology Forum

July 29 - July 30 2015, Norris Conference Centers - City Centre, Houston, USA


Gulf Publishing Company, publisher of Hydrocarbon Processing and Gas Processing, is pleased to announce that the third annual GTL Technology Forum will be held in Houston, Texas July 29-30, 2015. GTL is an increasingly important part of the North American energy industry. The World Bank estimates that over 150 billion cubic meters of natural gas are flared or vented annually, an amount worth approximately $30.6 billion, equivalent to 25% of US gas consumption, or 30% of EU gas consumption per year. As the natural gas boom in North America continues and new technologies emerge to reduce costs, company interest is increasing—and so is investment. The GTL Technology Forum will investigate the technology and trends at work as GTL usage and projects continue to grow in popularity.

The 2015 conference program is put together by an esteemed advisory board. Participants include: Velocys; Primus Green Energy; Haldor Topsoe, Inc; Petro Spring; EmberClear; Zeton, Inc; Muse, Stancil & Co; GTC Technology US, LLC; Siluria Technologies; INFRA Technology, LLC;  Matheson; Caloric Anlagenbau GmbH; Norwegian University of Science and Technology and more.

Sessions will focus on economics of scale and the dynamics of GTL in a low-cost environment, the future of non FT GTL, Syngas, project updates and demo technology news, catalysts, emerging technologies and GTL from low-value feedstocks.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn from industry experts and to connect face-to-face with leading executives from across the global hydrocarbon processing industry. Visit GTLTechForum.com for more information.

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