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A California-based technology developer says natural gas-based processes could be the alternative for ethane crackers and oil refineries. Rahul Iyer sits down with RIGZONE to discuss the outlook for Siluria Technologies catalytic Oxidative Coupling of Methane and Ethylene to Liquids processes. The Next Logical Steps For Natural Gas Supplies? By: Matthew V. Veazey A California-based company claims that it has found a commercially viable technique to directly convert natural gas into liquid fuels or petrochemical building blocks. Natural gas is the next logical step for the energy and chemistry industry, said Rahul Iyer, vice president of corporate development with Siluria Technologies, which is partnering with world-class refining and petrochemical companies to roll out its catalytic processes for producing ethylene and liquid hydrocarbon fuels or fuel blend stocks. Last month, Siluria announced that it raised nearly more than $30 million in a financing led by Saudi Aramco Energy