New LNG technology developed at University of Calgary touted as greener, cheaper

Published: 20/09/2019
New LNG technology developed at University of Calgary touted as greener, cheaper
Source: BOEREPORT.COM

University of Calgary researchers focused on nanotechnology say they have developed a cheaper and more environmentally friendly way to create liquefied natural gas. Associate professor Nassar Nashaat and student Arash Ostovar say the Split Flow Integrated LNG process they developed and patented uses specialized materials and chemistry to remove carbon dioxide and other impurities from [Read more]

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