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Yamal LNG to employ BASF’s technology for the purification of natural gas
20-09-2012: BASF and Yamal LNG OAO (shareholders are Novatek OAO and Total) have concluded a license agreement on the use of BASF’s technology for the removal of carbon dioxide from natural gas. The use of the technology, marketed under BASF’s Oase® brand, is a prerequisite for the production of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
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