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Two research institutes partner to market new XTL process technology

9:14 AM MST | December 16, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

The Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO; Delft) and AV Topchiev Institute for Petrochemical Synthesis (TIPS; Moscow) have signed a letter of intent to create a company that will bring a new gas, biomass, and coal into liquid hydrocarbons (XTL) technology to market, TNO says. As TIPS’s partner, TNO will introduce this technology to the European chemical industry, the company says. The letter was signed at Moscow during the trade mission led by Lilianne Ploumen, the Netherlands' minister for foreign trade and development cooperation...

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