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Carbon Sciences Working on Natural Gas to Gasoline Unit

1:30 PM MDT | June 1, 2011 | Rebecca Coons

Green Tech energy company Carbon Sciences (Santa Barbara, CA) says it has validated its natural gas-to-transportation fuel technology in the lab, setting the stage for a strategic partnership deal by year-end aimed at commercializing the process. Carbon Sciences’ technology converts carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane into transportation fuels in a two-step process. The breakthrough is the company’s proprietary catalyst, used in the dry reforming of methane to make synthesis gas (syngas)—the process’ first step. While such catalysts have been...

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