Burning Issues for Industries Using Natural Gas

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Title Burning Issues for Industries Using Natural Gas
Creator Rosenberg, Robert B.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1986
Spatial Coverage presented at Chicago, Illinois
Abstract Industrial users of natural gas have three major considerations when evaluating process upgrading or new facilities investments. These are: 1) future availability of natural gas, 2) the cost of these supplies of gas, and 3) the capabilities of natural gas equipment to meet product and productlvity needs. GRI conducts an R&D program on behalf of the utility gas industry that is oriented toward helping to ensure that adequate supplies of economically priced gas are available for the foreseeable future and that end-use equipment is available to provide energy services at the least cost to the consumer. GRI's analytical studies indicate that gas supplies are adequate to meet projected needs until after the turn of the century and that advanced technology will extend these supplies well into the 21st century. GRI's end-use R&D is developing new and improved industrial processes for gas to meet industry's increasing more stringent cost, product quality and productivity demands.
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Date Created 2012-04-20
Date Modified 2012-08-02
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