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Johnson Matthey signs LNG plant contract in China

1:13 PM MDT | March 11, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

Johnson Matthey says it has signed a contract with coke oven operator Qianan HongAo Industrial Trade, to provide technology, engineering, catalyst, and technical services to be used in a methanation plant in Hebei Province, China. The facility will produce liquefied natural gas (LNG), using offgas from Qianan’s coke ovens.    The new plant, expected to be operational in 2015, will use the CRG methanation process from Johnson Matthey Davy Technologies. CRG technology converts carbon oxides and hydrogen to methane, which can then be liquefied...

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