gas making

gas making

[′gas ‚māk·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
Making water gas or air gas by the action of steam and air upon hot coke.
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Domestic consumers have been facing loadshedding of gas making the stoves inoperative.
But the announcement has been condemned by Friends of the Earth, who claim it coincided with a new report by the UK Energy Research Centre which says "fracking's potential has been over-hyped and the prospect of shale gas making Britain self-suf-suf ficient in gas again is far-fetched.
The company has a 52% working interest in the liquid-rich gas making Wilson Creek Unit No.
The 11% rise in profits came after last year's colder-than-normal weather saw gas use leap 12%, with British Gas making PS49 on each average annual dual fuel bill of PS1,188.
New technology also made possible the exploration and development of North Sea gas, which made Saltley's gas making plants redundant.
Tidal Electric's scheme if approved will make up 60Mw with biomass, small-scale hydro and landfill gas making up additional amounts.
It's also a whimsical, funny film, we had a gas making it.
His gas making experiment continued on his return to Birmingham and by 1803, Boulton and Watt were providing gas lighting for their factory workers.
Industry is coming back led by ethanol production, C02 gas making and animal feed manufacturing.