Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Global Gas to Liquids Market Set to Skyrocket, CTL & Shales to Follow

According to Visiongain's The Gas to Liquids Market 2011-2021 report, the global gas to liquids market is set to reach about $6 billion in 2011. From there, it is set to skyrocket.
Visiongain's The Gas to Liquids Market 2011-2021 report details the prospects for this dynamic energy sector with detailed forecasts from 2011-2021. The report includes 141 tables, charts and graphs quantifying, analysing and forecasting the market in detail, and providing quantitative and qualitative information on the 7 regional markets and 13 leading national markets. In addition, the report offers profiles of 38 of the leading companies involved in the gas to liquids business. Furthermore, the analysis has been informed by extensive consultation with industry experts. Two full transcripts of interviews with leading companies are included from Syntroleum Corporation and Velocys Inc. The report will be valuable to those already involved in the gas to liquids market or to those wishing to enter this important market in the future.

To view sample pages please visit www.visiongain.com/Report/709/The-Gas-to-Liquids-Market-2...

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The global coal to liquids market is likewise set to take off, in an attempt to partially compensate for the capricious nature of pricing and supply from OPEC and other oil dictator states such as Russia.
Converting coal to a liquid fuel (CTL) – a process referred to as coal liquefaction – allows coal to be utilized as an alternative to oil.

There are two different methods for converting coal into liquid fuels like direct liquefaction and indirect liquefaction. An array of products can be made via these processes – ultra-clean petroleum and diesel, as well as synthetic waxes, lubricants, chemical feedstock’s and alternative liquid fuels such as methanol and dimethyl ether (DME).CTL fuel is readily useable today in existing transportation markets and can be delivered through existing pipelines in countries like USA.

Higher volatility in crude oil prices would lead to more investments in this new coal to liquid (CTL) market. This report segments CTL market by technology and geography. The report covers the following: Executive Summary, production process, Key drivers, constraints and opportunities, technology trends and raw materials trends. Competitive information includes profiles of leading manufacturers, M & A’s trends and patent analysis.

Releated Report : Energy and Power Market

Global Coal to Liquid (Ctl) By Technology, Applications, Geography Trends & Forecasts 2016
http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/ctl-market-360.html _sbwire

The US is putting itself in a better transition to move from combustion energies to post-combustion energies such as nuclear energy, by taking advantage of the abundant unconventional fossil fuels in North America.
Rather than rely on an increasingly insecure source of oil and gas from the turmoil-ridden Middle East and remain subject to the high probability risks of an oil supply cutoff like 1979’s, the United States now has the opportunity to develop a national energy surplus. By staying the course of tightening automobile efficiency standards and encouraging environmentally sensitive development of the massive reserves of shale gas, shale oil, deepwater oil and kerogen oil shale, the United States has the opportunity to eliminate the vast majority of its energy imports and thereby prevent any future Middle East oil crisis from causing financial turmoil and further loss of American jobs. _NYT

Rich US and Canadian unconventional resources are drawing producers from around the world, including Australia, China, Brazil, and several other regions.

And it looks as if huge new deposits of shale energy are just waiting to be found.

For the US energy industry and the US economy to rebound from its current Obama doldrums, it will first need to expel all traces of the energy starvation regime from Washington DC and all positions of authority. At that point, vigorous efforts to remove all traces of the energy starvation agenda from all government offices must be made. Only then will both the US and Canada be in a better position to take advantage of these "second chance" energy resources.



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