Hydro-Chem (now Linde) designed 15.7 MMSCFD (18,500 Nm3/hr) syngas reforming (hydrogen and carbon monoxide) plant almost like new immediately available for purchase. The plant was built in 2016 and operated for only a few months. This plant was designed to use landfill gas and/or natural gas to produce synthesis gas, which is then converted into paraffinic naphtha, diesel and wax by Fischer-Tropsch process. The syngas output flow rate is at 500 °F and 175 psig. The syngas has the following composition (mol %): Hydrogen 43.01, Carbon Monoxide 16.37, Carbon Dioxide 8.34, Nitrogen 3.90, Methane 1.42, Argon 0.16, Water 26.79. Capacity may be varied from the control panel from 100% of design to 40% of design. The syngas can also be further processed depending on the desired final products such as ammonia and methanol.