Technip forms GTL alliance with Sasol

Technip has joined forces with South African energy and chemicals firm Sasol to offer front-end engineering services on future Sasol gas-to-liquids (GTL) projects.

The new alliance will also enable Technip to be part of the execution of GTL projects with Sasol.

Sasol has developed a hydrocarbon synthesis reactor technology, with help from Stone & Webster, based in the US, acquired by Technip in August 2012.  

Technip’s operating center in Rome will lead the management of the alliance. The move will include strengthening a long-standing relationship between the Technip Stone & Webster Process Technology center in Boston, Massachusetts, with Sasol Technology, for the hydrocarbon synthesis technology section, said Technip.

GTL technology is a process for converting natural gas into petroleum products, such as naphtha and diesel fuel. 

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