Best Gas to Liquid Video for Kids
Gas to Liquid
In this video, the operation of gas to liquid process is illustrated in a simple way. The process of converting gas to liquids lets you turn the natural gas into high-quality liquid fuels such as gasoline, jet fuels etc.
The natural gas and steam are sent to a scrubber in the first step. In a scrubber, the natural gas is desulphurized and saturated with water vapour to convert heavier hydrocarbons into methane.
The methane and steam are sent to a reformer. In a reformer, methane and water vapour is heated and then converted into carbon monoxide and hydrogen through steam reforming.
The syngas then sent to a membrane separator. In this membrane separator, excess hydrogen is removed from the cooled syngas.
Then the syngas is ready to be sent to Fischer–Tropsch Reactor. In this reactor, the syngas catalytically converts carbon monoxide and hydrogen into long-chain paraffins. This is the main reaction for gas to liquid process.
Now the hydrocarbons and water are sent to a separator. The mixture is refined through this separator where light gases, liquid hydrocarbons and water are being separated.
The last step is hydrocracking. The long-chain paraffins are heated and send to a hydrocracker that produces short-chain paraffins.
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