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H.C. Starck and Cutec Develop Catalysts for Generating Natural Gas

9:12 AM MDT | September 20, 2011 | Alex Scott

H.C. Starck and the Clausthaler Umwelttechnik-Institut (Cutec; Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany), a technology institute, have jointly developed a novel family of catalysts along with a process technology for generating substitute natural gas from biomass. Financial details about the technology were not disclosed.   The catalysts developed feature an oxide base containing cobalt, molybdenum, and aluminum. They have been successfully tested under laboratory and pilot plant conditions. The catalysts proved to be robust and reclaimable, even under the most...

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