March 2005

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HPIn Europe: Drilling down into the prospects for gasification

Last month, I went off into some blue skies thinking about the energy shortfall, gasification, hydrogen and CO2 capture and storage. This month, I want to grab the string on that balloon and p..

Wright, Tim L., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Last month, I went off into some blue skies thinking about the energy shortfall, gasification, hydrogen and CO2 capture and storage. This month, I want to grab the string on that balloon and pull it down to earth a little. There's a lot of promise and a lot of interest in gasification right now, but what are the issues? And why spend all that money? It seems to make sense in the US, but what about here in Europe? The word "nuclear" seems to be popping up more and more often these days in power generation discussions. With its chief scientist, David King, in the vanguard, the British government seems to be lining up behind a revival of the floundering UK atomic industry.

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