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     Review of processes with estimates of costs.  The Fischer-Tropsch process offers a convenient means of converting natural gas to liquid fuel.  In spite of the attractive possibilities, however, for the use of natural gas in this way, it is not desirable to encourage this development from the long-range national conservation viewpoint.