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gasification

[′gas·ə·fə′kā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
Any chemical or heat process used to convert a substance to a gas; coal is converted by the Hygas process to a gaseous fuel.
(mining engineering)
A method for exploiting poor-quality coal and thin coal seams by burning the coal in place to produce combustible gas which can be burned to generate power or processed into chemicals and fuels. Also known as underground gasification.
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Air Products said acquiring Shell's coal gasification process capabilities will further support previously announced projects, such as Lu'An in Changzhi, Shanxi Province, China and future projects.
Gasification is a priority of the new Government, too, which announced construction of gas pipelines to municipalities, access to the TAP project and getting connected with the transmissions systems of Bulgaria and Greece.
It has been reported that biomass gasification on its own produces plenty of particulate matter and tar emissions, which may be reduced in the case of co-gasification with different biomasses [4, 9-11, 14-16].
2bn through the two gasification ships and 200m through the gasification ship in Aqabato to be transported across the Jordanian line.
2 billion have been allocated for village gasification.
As stated earlier, gasification is flexible in terms of feedstock it can process.
If all goes well, we will be able to demonstrate electricity generated from gasification by October-November next year," he added.
Keywords: Biomass, Modeling, Biomass Gasification, Gasifying Agent, Gasification Kinetics
The Jazan Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle Project (IGCC) agreement includes the licensing of Shell gasification and acid gas removal technologies and the provision of engineering services.
Shell Global Solutions International has signed a gasification licensed technology agreement with Saudi Aramco, the fully integrated energy and chemicals company, for the largest residue gasification unit to ever be built.
Wood gasification was embraced by farmers to run their internal combustion engines, especially during the fuel shortages of the early 20th century and, later, the Second World War.
Waste gasification developer, Waste to Energy Canada (WTEC) has been chosen as the successful proponents in a tender to supply a solid waste management system to the remote community of Old Crow, Yukon, Canada.