Gas processing will be worth $12.5bn by end of 2011

The gas processing market, which purifies raw natural gas and makes it safe for consumers, could hit $12.5billion in value by the end of the year, claims a new report. […]

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By Vicky Ellis

The gas processing market, which purifies raw natural gas and makes it safe for consumers, could hit $12.5billion in value by the end of the year, claims a new report. The Gas Processing Infrastructure Market 2011-2021, by energy analysts at Visiongain, predicts a boom in market value. The analysts point to World Energy Council figures that predict demand for natural gas will leap by 44% between 2007 and 2035.

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