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Gas Flare Monetization
& Syngas Conversion
Forum
Hotel Granduca
Houston, Texas
23 - 25 October 2019


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Flare gas capture and use in the field
EFI site visit | Williston Basin, North Dakota

Stranded, Associated & Renewable Gas Monetization Pathways  |  Syngas-to-Fuels & Chemicals  |  Biomass & Waste to Fuels
rDME  |  LNG  |  CNG  |  Low CO2 & Green Methanol  |  Natural Gas-to-Gasoline  |  MTG  |  BTL  |  XTL
Small-Scale & Modular GTL, LNG, F-T & Syngas Generation  |  CO2-to-Fuels  |  Direct Synthesis
Remote Power  |  Synthetic Fuels & Sustainable Mobility  |  Reforming & Process Technology Innovation


2019 Forum Program


Emerging Technologies
& Policy Forum

The World Bank
Washington, DC
7 March 2019



Sustainable Pathways to Syngas, Fuels & Chemicals Forum
BMO Centre
Calgary, Alberta
12 - 13 June 2019



Gas Flare Monetization & Syngas Conversion Forum
Hotel Granduca
Houston, Texas
23 -25 October 2019

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After four decades EFI meetings remain -- uniquely -- unsponsored, non-advocacy and non-profit havens for high-quality knowledge sharing, discussion and networking amongst international industry peers.

Significant fluctuations in the price of oil over the past five years are a reminder of the intrinsic volatility in the sector, while continued robust natural gas demand growth (including LNG exports, chemicals and natural-gas fired power generation) and the increasing pace and scope of the transition to energy from non-fossil fuel sources keep companies engaged in developing scenarios, strategies and technologies to remain competitive and mitigate risk. These factors along with increasing pressure for sustainability are driving innovation and investment in areas as diverse as small-scale distributed methanol, biofuels, bioconversion and biochemicals, CO2 recycling, flared and associated gas monetization, waste-to-energy, catalysis, and synthetic fuels -- all topics covered extensively by EFI.

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