Pyrolysis: A potential path to a brighter future for BTL and WTL?
Pyrolysis is one of the major technological processes in the biomass-to-liquid (BTL) and waste-to-liquid (WTL) space. It subjects feedstock to temperatures of approximately 500 °C in the absence of oxygen to thermochemically decompose organic substances into gas, crude-like pyrolysis oil, and car...
Develops reforming and eggshell Fischer‑Tropsch (FT) catalysts for two‑stage conversion of landfill gas into renewable diesel in fixed‑bed reactors
Claims yields of 80 gallons of renewable diesel/1,000 m3 of landfill gas
Operating 800 gal./day renewable diesel demonstration facility from 10,...
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Develops gasification technology for the conversion of carbonaceous feedstock into syngas; near‑term focus is on MSW, plastic waste, and lignocellulosic feedstock
Operates a 10‑MG/y methanol and/or ethanol facility in Edmonton, Canada, since 2015
Developing three commercial projects for ...
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