Technology Advances for Oil Spill Clean up, Offshore Structures Crack Detection, and Alternate Feedstocks and Processes

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This edition of Oil and Gas TOE profile a method of using methane as a feedstock for producing various saturated and unsaturated chemicals in order to remove it from the atmosphere. A single step oxidation reaction for converting methane to methanol, conversion of methane to fuels from off-gases, mobile systems and GTL-FPSO process for recovery of methane in marine environment, feeding methylotrophs with methane to produce polymers are some of the other technologies highlighted in this issue. Some technologies associated with intelligent subsea crack monitoring systems and use of natural fibers for cleaning up spilt oils are also provided. The key focus of these innovations is to drive sustainability in the oil

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Technology Advances for Oil Spill Clean up, Offshore Structures Crack Detection, and Alternate Feedstocks and ProcessesInnovations for the Oil and Gas IndustryIntelligent Subsea Tracking System for Crack MonitoringSustainable Gel to Soak Up Oil SpillsOne-step Conversion of Methane to MethanolConversion of Carbon Dioxide and Methane to Renewable Fuels from Off-gasesSorption Method for Recovering Methane from a Gas Stream GTL-FPSO Process for Obtaining Synthetic Fuel from Natural GasMobile System and Method to Manufacture Methanol from Natural Gas and Flare Gas FeedstockMethylotrophs for Production of Biopolymers Using MethaneIndustry ContactsKey ContactsKey Contacts (continued)

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