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A novel technology for natural gas conversion by means of integrated oxidative coupling and dry reforming of methane

(2014) CHEMIE INGENIEUR TECHNIK. 86(11). p.1855-1870
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A novel process concept for the oxidative coupling of methane followed by the oligomerization to liquids has been developed within the frame of the EU integrated project OCMOL. This technology is based on process intensification principles via cutting-edge structured microreactor technology. It is also a fully integrated industrial process through the re-use and the recycling of by-products, in particular CO2, at every process stage. The focus of this contribution is on the reaction engineering aspects of the core steps, i.e., catalysts, kinetics and reactor design for the methane coupling and reforming.
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MICROCHANNEL REACTORS, CARBON-DIOXIDE, NICKEL-CATALYSTS, MECHANISM, KINETICS, CH4, CO2, NI, PERFORMANCE, TRANSIENT, Methane, Oxidative Coupling, Process Intensification, Reforming

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Thybaut, Joris et al. “A Novel Technology for Natural Gas Conversion by Means of Integrated Oxidative Coupling and Dry Reforming of Methane.” CHEMIE INGENIEUR TECHNIK 86.11 (2014): 1855–1870. Print.
APA
Thybaut, J., Marin, G., Mirodatos, C., Schuurman, Y., Van Veen, A., Sadykov, V., Penneman, H., et al. (2014). A novel technology for natural gas conversion by means of integrated oxidative coupling and dry reforming of methane. CHEMIE INGENIEUR TECHNIK, 86(11), 1855–1870.
Chicago author-date
Thybaut, Joris, Guy Marin, C Mirodatos, Y Schuurman, AC Van Veen, V Sadykov, H Penneman, R Bellinghausen, and L Mleczko. 2014. “A Novel Technology for Natural Gas Conversion by Means of Integrated Oxidative Coupling and Dry Reforming of Methane.” Chemie Ingenieur Technik 86 (11): 1855–1870.
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Thybaut, Joris, Guy Marin, C Mirodatos, Y Schuurman, AC Van Veen, V Sadykov, H Penneman, R Bellinghausen, and L Mleczko. 2014. “A Novel Technology for Natural Gas Conversion by Means of Integrated Oxidative Coupling and Dry Reforming of Methane.” Chemie Ingenieur Technik 86 (11): 1855–1870.
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Thybaut J, Marin G, Mirodatos C, Schuurman Y, Van Veen A, Sadykov V, et al. A novel technology for natural gas conversion by means of integrated oxidative coupling and dry reforming of methane. CHEMIE INGENIEUR TECHNIK. 2014;86(11):1855–70.
IEEE
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J. Thybaut et al., “A novel technology for natural gas conversion by means of integrated oxidative coupling and dry reforming of methane,” CHEMIE INGENIEUR TECHNIK, vol. 86, no. 11, pp. 1855–1870, 2014.
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  author       = {Thybaut, Joris and Marin, Guy and Mirodatos, C and Schuurman, Y and Van Veen, AC and Sadykov, V and Penneman, H and Bellinghausen, R and Mleczko, L},
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  journal      = {CHEMIE INGENIEUR TECHNIK},
  keywords     = {MICROCHANNEL REACTORS,CARBON-DIOXIDE,NICKEL-CATALYSTS,MECHANISM,KINETICS,CH4,CO2,NI,PERFORMANCE,TRANSIENT,Methane,Oxidative Coupling,Process Intensification,Reforming},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {11},
  pages        = {1855--1870},
  title        = {A novel technology for natural gas conversion by means of integrated oxidative coupling and dry reforming of methane},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/cite.201400068},
  volume       = {86},
  year         = {2014},
}

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