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What does IOG stand for?

IOG stands for Industrial Off-Gas


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incorporated in 1981, is the developer and licensor of a patented and proprietary Fischer-Tropsch gas-to-liquids (GTL) process for conversion of synthesis gas made from natural gas, industrial off-gas, or solid or liquid carbon-bearing materials into high-value fuels and chemicals.
a Colorado corporation formed in 1981, is the developer and licensor of a patented and proprietary Fischer-Tropsch gas-to-liquids/coal-to- liquids process for conversion of synthesis gas made from natural gas, industrial off-gas, or solid or liquid carbon-bearing materials, including coal, into high-value fuels and chemicals.
a Colorado corporation, formed in 1981, is the developer and licensor of a patented and proprietary Fischer-Tropsch gas-to- liquids/coal-to-liquids process for conversion of synthesis gas made from natural gas, industrial off-gas, or solid or liquid carbon-bearing materials, including coal, into high-value fuels and chemicals.
a Colorado corporation, formed in 1981, is the developer and licensor of a patented and proprietary Fischer-Tropsch gas-to- liquids/coal-to-liquids process for conversion of synthesis gas made from natural gas, industrial off-gas, or solid or liquid carbon-bearing materials, including coal, into high-value fuels and chemicals.
a Colorado corporation, formed in 1981, is the developer and licensor of a patented and proprietary Fischer-Tropsch gas-to- liquids/coal-to-liquids process for conversion of synthesis gas made from natural gas, industrial off-gas, or solid or liquid carbon-bearing materials, including coal, into high-value fuels and chemicals.
a Colorado corporation, formed in 1981, is the developer and licensor of a patented and proprietary Fischer-Tropsch gas-to- liquids/coal-to-liquids process for conversion of synthesis gas made from natural gas, industrial off-gas, or solid or liquid carbon-bearing materials, including coal, into high-value fuels and chemicals.
a Denver, Colorado corporation, incorporated in 1981, is the developer and licensor of a patented and proprietary Fischer-Tropsch gas-to-liquids process for conversion of synthesis gas made from natural gas, industrial off-gas, or solid or liquid carbon-bearing materials, including coal, into high-value fuels and chemicals.