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Syngas

Syngas, produced from natural gas or coal, is a key intermediate in the emerging technologies for gas-to-liquids (GTL), methanol-to-olefins, coal-to-liquids and fuel cells.

G1-80

BASF pre-reformer catalyst G1-80 is a high nickel oxide containing catalyst on a special carrier. The catalyst is suitable for adiabatic pre-reforming of hydrocarbons (C2, C3, C4, …, Cn) from e.g. natural gas up to naphtha (boiling point up to 200° C) at low steam/ carbon ratios.

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G1-85

BASF Catalyst G1-85 has been especially developed for the synthesis of methane, using coal gas derived from pressure gasification. BASF Catalyst G1-85 was tested in demoplants of semicommercial size, designed and erected by various engineering companies with excellent performance. It is commercially used for methanation in the only and exclusive operation Coal-to-SNG in the world.

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Linde DRYREF™ and BASF SYNSPIRE™ Brochure

Syngas generation based on the conventional steam reforming process requires considerable amounts of process steam. Producing this steam has a major impact on the plant’s energy bill. The industry is therefore looking for ways to reduce the steam-to-carbon (S/C) ratio of syngas generation. With conventional reforming catalysts, the reduction of steam can ultimately lead to or accelerate deactivation of the catalyst due to carbon accumulation and coke formation.

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