Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Korea Gas Corporation, Daelim Industrial Co., Korea National Oil Corporation, Hyundai Engineering and Sk Innovation Co. | Date: 2013-11-01
The present invention relates to a process of preparing of a phosphorus-containing phosphorus-alumina support by a sol-gel method and a cobalt/phosphorus-alumina catalyst where cobalt is supported onto the phosphorus-alumina support as an active ingredient. The phosphorus-alumina support is prepared by a sol-gel method and has wide specific surface area with bimodal pore size distribution and high cobalt dispersion, thereby enabling to increase heat and mass transfer, stabilize the structure by modifying the surface property of alumina and decrease the deactivation rate due to the reduced oxidation of cobalt component during the F-T reaction. When Fischer-Tropsch reaction (F-T) is conducted on the catalyst, the catalyst maintains a superior thermal stability, inhibits the deactivation due to water generation during the F-T reaction and also causes relatively high conversion of carbon monoxide and stable selectivity of liquid hydrocarbons.
Korea Gas Corporation | Date: 2013-11-28
A natural gas supply station according to the present invention includes an installation structure on which an LNG tank container is installed and a gas vaporizer that receives a liquefied natural gas from the LNG tank container to vaporize the liquefied natural gas. Here, the installation structure includes a moving part reciprocatively moving in a direction in which the LNG tank container is unloaded from a transport unit, and the moving part is separably fixed to the LNG tank container to move the LNG tank container loaded on the transport unit to the installation structure or the LNG tank container loaded on the installation structure to the transport unit.
Korea Gas Corporation | Date: 2012-05-21
Disclosed herein is a gas separation membrane for a DEM production process, including: a porous support having a carbon dioxide permeability of more than 300 GPU (GPU=110
Dongguk University, Dongshin Hydraulics Co., Korea Gas Corporation, Sungilturbine Co., Daewoo Engineering & Construction Co. and Stx Offshore & Shipbulding Co. | Date: 2013-06-27
The present invention provides an apparatus for storing gas hydrate pellets that includes: a storage tank having an inlet formed at a top portion thereof for having gas hydrate pellets injected therein; a transfer part formed at a lower portion of the storage tank so as to transfer the injected gas hydrate pellets to an outside of the storage tank; a rotating shaft vertically formed in the storage tank; a plurality of division plates coupled to the rotating shaft to partition an internal space of the storage tank, each having a bottom portion thereof formed above a top portion of the transfer part; an extension plate coupled to a lower portion of each of the division plates in such a way that the extension plate is movable up and down; and a guide formed at an upper portion of the transfer part and configured to guide the extension plate so as to allow the extension plate to be revolved by rotation of the rotating shaft without an interruption with the transfer part.
Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Korea Gas Corporation, Dongshin Hydraulics Co., Stx Offshore & Shipbuilding Co., Sungilturbine Co. and Daewoo Engineering & Construction Co. | Date: 2012-09-19
The present invention relates to an apparatus comprising a reactor body to which gas and water are supplied to create a gas hydrate; an upper cover which is engaged to an upper portion of the reactor body, a scraper mounted rotationally within the reactor body, and a motor for providing a driving force to the scraper. It is possible to remove gas hydrate particles attached to at least one of an inner surface of the reactor body and an inner surface of the upper cover, by a rotary driving of the scraper. According to the invention, it is possible to prevent a material hindering a heat transfer by attaching on a wall surface of the reactor, through a process of scraping out gas hydrate particles, when the scraper which is rotationally driven about a center axis of the reactor is close to the inner surface of the reactor.