The purpose of this project is to develop a direct conversion process to convert methane (from natural gas) to, for example, methanol which can easily be transported and which is also a more flexible and valuable raw chemical. The project aims at developing a process which is selective and effective enough so that as little methane as possible will be re-circulated in the process. Several types of catalysts have been found in connection to the project, and very high methanol yields have been achieved by using them.
|Effective start/end date
|01/01/1995 → 31/12/2002
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