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Gas Utilization

Below is a list of just some of the energy research in gas utilization currently being explored at West Virginia University.  Contact John Adams or Sam Taylor to discuss partnership opportunities.
  • CO2 conversion along with shale gas
  • direct shale gas conversion to chemicals
  • environmental impact (produced water, minerals)
  • fuel cells (solid oxide fuel, hydrogen fuel cell)
  • intensified modular production
  • polymers and single-cell proteins
  • process intensification: catalyst, reactor, separation and heat transfer are integrated synergistically
  • shale gas for diesel engine vehicles
  • shale gas for power generation
  • shale gas to transportation fuel
Related Links..
Appalachian Oil and Natural Gas Research Consortium
Center for Innovation in Gas Research and Utilization
International Forum on Unconventional Gas Sustainability and the Environment
Marcellus Shale Energy and Environment Laboratory
Mountains of Excellence - Shale Gas