Encina Development Group

The company makes a catalytic pyrolysis process which controls pyrolysis degradation to produce a benzene, toluene, xylene, and propylene (BTX/P) product. Catalytic pyrolysis tends to struggle due to high catalyst poisoning rates; Encina is attempting to overcome this barrier to commercial catalytic...

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