Hydrocarbon gas is burned in a catalyst contact zone, the temperature rising to 1,800°-2,200° F.; the CO2 is recovered, mixed with hydrocarbon gas and steam, and subjected to catalytic conversion to form CO and H2, and the mixture of CO and H2, is converted into liquid hydrocarbons in the presence of a catalyst at elevated temperature. Describes an apparatus.
NELSON, K. J. See abs. 828, 829.
NENRYO, KENKYUZYOTYO, DIRECTOR OF. See abs. 124, 3763.
NEWCOMBE, J. See abs. 1111.
NEWELING, H. See abs. 647.
NEWNS, J. E. See abs. 888, 889, 890.