A series of patented solutions developed by a research team from Purdue University in the United States, allows to create a two-stage process of converting shale gas into gasoline and diesel fuel. This development will be able to solve the problem of energy-intensive and high-cost processes that exist today in the US shale industry. According to the professor of the Davidson School of Chemical Engineering in Purdue, Jeffrey Miller, the financial potential of new technologies per year is more than 25 billion dollars. He also noted that, due to the higher molecular weight, transportation of products developed by the University to refineries would be much cheaper.
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