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Environmentally based siting assessment for synthetic liquid fuels facilities
|Statement||prepared by Robert V. Steele ... [et al.] ; prepared for U.S. Department of Energy, Assistant Secretary for Environment, Office of Technology Impacts, Division of Policy Analysis|
|Series||CRESS report -- no. 110|
|Contributions||Steele, R. V, United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Technology Impacts. Policy Analysis Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
The market for synthetic gaseous and liquid fuels from coal is currently small due to the widespread availability and low-cost of petroleum and natural gas. This situation is expected to persist for the next 15 years, with increases in oil and gas prices unlikely to be large enough to stimulate major investment in processes for the manufacture. On-specification fully synthetic jet fuel as well as semi-synthetic (50 % blend with crude oil derived kerosene) are produced on industrial scale from Fe-HTFT derived synthetic oil. 4. Diesel fuel and distillate properties from industrial Fischer–Tropsch facilities are given in Table , .Cited by: 2.
The Synthetic Liquid Fuels Act approved on April 5, authorized the use of US$30 million over a five-year period for the construction and operation of demonstration plants to produce synthetic liquid fuels from coal, oil shales, agricultural and forestry products, and other substances, in order to aid the prosecution of the war, to conserve and increase the oil resources of the Nation, and for other . Synthetic liquid fuels development: Assessment of critical factors: Responsibility: prepared for: U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration and Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ; Stanford Research Institute.
Abstract. This study conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency covers the production of SNG from LPG, naphtha, coal, or crude oil; LNG, including liquefaction at the source, regasification at market and importation from overseas; liquid methanol fuel; natural gas pipelines, including gas transmission pipeline costs, a comparison of pipeline capacity with the output of. synthetic. fu-els]; office of technology impacts, u.s. dep't of energy, environmentally based. siting assessment for synthetic liquid fuels facilities (jan. ) (draft of final report) [hereinafter cited. as liquid fuels]; science and pub. policy program, univ. of okla., en .
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Environmentally based siting assessment for synthetic liquid fuels facilities. [Washington, D.C.?]: The Division,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert V Steele; United States.
Department of Energy. Office of Technology Impacts. Get this from a library. Environmentally based siting assessment for synthetic liquid fuels facilities worksheet: draft final report.
[United States. Department of Energy. Office of Technology Impacts. Policy Analysis Division.; SRI International.;]. Environmentally based siting assessment for synthetic liquid fuels facilities: draft final report / By R.
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This chapter illustrates the main potentials and limitations of sustainability assessment (e.g., life cycle assessment and economic assessment) for biofuels production. The analysis hinges on techno-economic, energy, and environmental effects of synthetic liquid fuels production, and compares these with other biogas fuels and alternative feedstock.
One consideration involves identifying and controlling any novel safety hazards that may be associated with the design, siting, operation, and decommissioning of complex synthetic fuels facilities. To this end, the Environmental and Safety Engineering Division of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) requested that the National Research Council.
This book explores various methods of producing synthetic fuels. Topics considered include coal liquefaction, Exxon Donor Solvent Coal Liquefaction Process, the H-Coal Process, the SRC-I Coal Liquefaction Process, the coal hydrogenation plant at Bottrop, production of liquid fuels from coal-derived synthesis gas, the Sasol plant, the ICI low pressure methanol process, Mobil Methanol-to.
Purchase Gasification for Synthetic Fuel Production - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN Renewable synthetic fuel production on distributed facilities in a marine environment has attractive features, including abundance of insolation and raw materials, avoidance of local CO 2 depletion, convenient ship-based transport to and from the sites, flexible placement close to population centers, and possible combination with aquaculture and other marine by: 4.
A number of simplifying assumptions have been made to make this analysis tractable. First, the final product is a single liquid fuel consisting of paraffinic alkanes ranging from C 9 to C This encompasses the range of hydrocarbons in JPHowever, a fully ‘drop-in’ JP-5 fuel would require blending with additional compounds (e.g., aromatics and olefins) that can be stored and Author: Liam J.F.
Comidy, Mark D. Staples, Steven R.H. Barrett. Andersson K, Sellden G and Egneus H () Health and environmental effects of synthetic fuels I. Report to Google Scholar DiNovo ST, Ballantyne WE, Curran LM, Baytos WC, Duke KM, Cornaby BW, Matthews MC, Ewing RA and Vignon BW() Preliminary environmental assessment of biomass conversion to synthetic fuels, EPA Author: Hans Egneús.
Since July when DOE/EV report Environmental Analysis of Synthetic Liquid fuels was published the synthetic fuels program proposals of the Administration have undergone significant modifications.
The program year for which the development goal of million barrels per day is to be reached has been changed from to GUIDELINES ON ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT FOR FACILITIES STORING BULK QUANTITIES OF PETROLEUM, PETROLEUM PRODUCTS AND OTHER FUELS 6 FOREWORD The need for good environmental management is a requirement for sustainable operation of facilities storing bulk quantities of petroleum, petroleum products and other fuels.
Moreover, actions toFile Size: KB. Environmentally Based Siting Assessment for Synthetic Liquid Fuels Facilities. Publlcat~on No. DOE/EV/ Draft. Washington, D.C. Department of Energy d.
Synthetic Fuels and the Environment:An Environmental and Regu-latory Impacts Analysis. —2–-Draft. June, “Production of Synthetic Liquids from Coal The Future Cost of Electricity-Based Synthetic Fuels: Conclusions Drawn by Agora Verkehrswende and Agora Energiewende September In book: The Future Cost of Electricity-Based Synthetic Fuels.
Illinois synthetic fuels facilities siting survey. Chicago, IL: State of Illinois, Dept. of Energy and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Management,  (OCoLC) The technical challenges are pointed out and illustrated with examples of synthetic fuels in relation to fuel specifications.
An assessment is also made of the future of synthetic fuel facilities Author: Arno de Klerk. Fuel trade; Filed under: Synthetic fuels industry.
Synthetic fuels: an overview of DOE's ownership and divestiture of the Great Plains Project: report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Energy and Power, Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives / (Washington, D. C.: The Office, ), by United States. Congress. BtL fuels (biomass to liquid) are one option of future biofuels that has center stage of discussion due to favorable fuel properties.
Therefore different concepts for BtL provision have been analyzed and compared by technical, economic, and environmental criteria. In book: Electricity-based Fuels, pp potential liquid fuel yield.
This assessment takes into consideration the major challenges facing BTL technology, and identifies areas for potential Author: Alexander Tremel.
Fossil fuels depletion and increasing environmental impacts arising from their use call for seeking growing supplies from renewable and nuclear primary energy sources.
However, it is necessary to simultaneously attend to both the electrical power needs and the specificities of the transport and industrial sector requirements. A major question posed by the shift away from traditional fossil Cited by: Renewable CO2 recycling and synthetic fuel production in a marine environment Article in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences June with Reads How we measure 'reads'.ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES OF SYNTHETIC TRANSPORTATION FUELS FROM COAL SUMMARY REPORT by Michael A.
Chartock Michael D. Devine Martin R. Cines Martha W. Gilliland Steven C. Ballard Science and Public Policy Program University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma Submitted to Energy Office Office of Technology Assessment Contract No.