Gas from oil

Gas from oil cross-section

Gas from oil cross-section

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Throughout the 20th century, technical advances improved the efficiency of gas manufacture and, from the late 1950s onwards, various high temperature catalytic reforming processes were developed for making gas from petroleum products such as naphtha or propane. These plants produced gas at much higher pressures that was possible with coal gasification, enabling the gas to piped long distances and leading to the closure of many small town gas works.

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