Gas to liquids (GTL) is basically a refinery process to convert natural gas or other gaseous hydrocarbons into longer-chain hydrocarbons, such as gasoline or diesel fuel. Methane-rich gases are converted into liquid synthetic fuels.
Second Adams access to technology licenses on gas-to-liquids technology converts natural gas into high quality liquid products. These products consists of motor oils and transport fuels and the ingredients for day to day necessities such as cosmetics, detergents and plastics.
One of the major characteristics of Gas to Liquid is that, the products are colorless and odorless. They contain almost none of the impurities such as Sulphur, aromatics and nitrogen. Due to this characteristic, countries with natural gas can grow their economies as new gas supplies come on-stream to satisfy growing global demand for liquid products.