For an industry active on three continents and representing many billions of dollars of investment, the gas-to-liquids (GTL) sector is often perceived as the perennial underachiever of global energy. With large-scale projects bedevilled by high capex and technology issues – and some spectacular cost overruns – many owners of gas resources have looked at GTL and moved on to LNG as the monetisation option of choice. However, in the fast-developing energy world of the 21st century, already dubbed ‘the century of gas’, there are growing...
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