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Catalytic Biosynfuel Refinery for Synthesis of
Fuel from Cellulosic Biomass CO
2 Syngas and Hydrogen
Methanol Institute:   www.methanol.org          Pilot Plant Size Equipment:  http://www.gastechno.com/ 

National Energy Technology Laboratories:    https://www.netl.doe.gov/research/coal/energy-systems/gasification/gasifipedia/methanol  

(along with Methanol to Gasoline Conversion - Mobil Process)

National Energy Technology Laboratories:    https://www.netl.doe.gov/research/coal/energy-systems/gasification/gasifipedia/methanol-to-gasoline 

National Renewable Energy Laboratories:    https://www.nrel.gov/ 

A pilot plant size methanol synthesis facility.

 

A nuclear reactor powered Energy Park size M80 methanol, M10 gasoline, and diesel synthesis facility.

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Oil refinery in Texas. They can add small underground nuclear reactors to manufacture biosynfuels from air's CO2 and water's Hydrogen (H2).

 

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https://www.mattershift.com/technology 

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Footnotes & Links

In general, this facility would be defined by local and national building and electrical codes, and supplemented by constraints from the relevant equipment manufacturers.

The particular biosynfuel refinery being contemplated here is new territory with the material below providing some insight on how they might be designed.

 

This website is a draft. The candidate document's footnote numbers go with a private database. Copy the document's title and submit it to Google. The document may still be posted on the Internet.

 

Green Freedom: 17.218 17.702 17.704 17.705 17.707
http://bioage.typepad.com/greencarcongress/docs/greenfreedom.pdf 

2.701 ----- Biomass Companies
2.702 ----- BIOSYNGAS - Description of R&D trajectory necessary to reach large-scale implementation of renewable syngas from biomass
2.703 ----- COST ESTIMATE for biosynfuel production via biosyncrude gasification
2.704 ----- Methanol Overview - Chemistry and Manufacture - ppt
2.705 ----- Why Syngas to make Methanol - Methanol to Gasoline Production - ppsx
2.706 ----- 16.602 ----- Large-Scale Pyrolysis Oil Production - A Technology Assessment and Economic Analysis
2.707 ----- 16.603 ----- Production of Bio-methanol - Technology Brief
2.708 ----- 16.604 ----- PRODUCTION OF BIO-METHANOL
2.709 ----- 16.605 ----- Methanol as an alternative transportation fuel in the US - Options for sustainable and or energy-secure transportation
2.710 ----- 16.606 ----- Cost-competitive, efficient bio0methanol production from biomass via black liquor gasification
2.711 ----- 16.607 ----- Market Study for the Production of Second Generation Bioliquids
2.712 ----- 16.608 ----- Biomethanol as a second-generation biofuel for transportation
2.713 ----- 16.609 ----- Biomethanol Production and CO2 Emission Reduction from Forage Grasses, Trees, and Crop Residues
2.714 ----- 16.610 ----- What is Biomass
2.715 ----- 16.611 ----- IEAGHG Information Paper - 2016-IP4 - Developments in Renewable Methanol Production
2.716 ----- 16.612 ----- Turbomachinery in Biofuel Production
2.717 ----- 16.613 ----- Biofuels sources, biofuel policy, biofuel economy and global biofuel projections
2.718 ----- 16.614 ----- World's first Commercial Scale Biomethanol Plant in Hagfors SWEDEN
2.719 ----- 16.615 ----- FEMA Emergency Wood Gasifier
2.720 ----- 16.616 ----- FEMA Emergency Power Systems for Critical Facilities - A best Practices Approach to Improving Reliability
2.721 ----- 16.617 ----- Iowa State to manage biorefinery projects for new Manufacturing USA Institute
2.722 ----- Computer Modeling A Methanol Production Process ppt
2.723 ----- Methanol Institute Presentation Slide Presentation
2.724 ----- BLACK LIQUOR - Fact Sheet
2.727 ----- Enerkem, NREL team develops High Octane Low Carbon Gasoline (HOLCG) hydrocarbon blends

 

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Home Page     Sitemap      About      Foreword     Introductory Tour      The Technology      Footnotes & Links

1  Unneeded Old Coal Power Plant      2  New Electricity Generator Building       
3  Power Plant Choices      3a  Pilot Plant Power      3b  Carbon Capture Power      3c  NuScale Nuclear Reactor      3d  ThorCon Nuclear Reactor      3e  General Atomics Nuclear Reactor

4  Hydrogen and Steam Generators      5  Biomass Preparation      6  Plasma Torch Biomass Gasifier      7  Biosynfuel Refinery      8  Biosynfuel Products      8a Synthetic Carbon-neutral Ethanol

    Biosynfuel Refinery Products
- with SYNTHETIC CELLULOSIC FUEL ETHANOL
as a gasoline additive being JOB #1
Why?

Burning food crops [like corn] to produce biofuels is a crime against humanity
https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/poverty-matters/2013/nov/26/burning-food-crops-biofuels-crime-humanity 


 

Basic Liquid Fuels Synthesis from Syngas via Catalytic Reaction plus Hydrogen plus Heat 
Syngas can also be produced from Plasma Gasified Biomass.

http://nordicbluecrude.no/   Diesel from Fischer-Tropsch 

 

 

(Below) Notice that all the different fuels illustrated below are simply different combinations of carbon and hydrogen.
That means we can make them ALL with the ingredients available at Clean Energy Parks.

 

 


 

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https://enerkem.com/facilities/enerkem-alberta-biofuels/ 

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 http://thorconpower.com/          http://www.ethanolrfa.org/resources/industry/statistics/ 

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To:  8a Synthetic Carbon-neutral Ethanol  Page

 

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Footnotes & Links

The biosynfuel processes being examined here are both existing and new territory with the material below providing some insight on how they might be designed.

 

             

Emissions are not just about carbon dioxide (CO2). In addition to being fire hazards forever, batteries make a whole bunch of environment-damaging emissions also.
Carbon-neutral replacement fuels take advantage of all the combustion emission achievements that took so much time and money to develop in the past.

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Footnotes & Links

This website is a draft. The candidate document's footnote numbers go with a private database. Copy the document's title and submit it to Google. The document may still be posted on the Internet.

https://enerkem.com/facilities/enerkem-alberta-biofuels/ 

 

2.806 ----- Production of Hydrogen and Synthesis Gas by High Temperature Electrolysis
2.807 ----- Bringing biofuels on the market - Options to increase EU biofuels volumes
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2.809 ----- Bio-Methane and Bio-hydrogen
2.810 ----- Methanol - The Basic Chemical and Energy Feedstock of the Future - Index Only
2.811 ----- Alternative Energy and Feedstock Sources in the Current Chemical Landscape - the Methanol Perspective
2.812 ----- Application of Power to Methanol Technology to Integrated Steelworks for Profitability and CO2 Reduction
2.813 ----- A Novel Condensation Reactor for CO2 to Methanol Conversion for Storage of Renewable Electric Energy
2.814 ----- European chemistry for growth - Unlocking a competitive, low carbon and energy efficient future
2.815 ----- Evaluation of Co-Gasification of Black Liquor and Pyrolysis Liquids from a National Systems Perspective
2.816 ----- CO2 as Feedstock
2.817 ----- Production of Bio-methanol
2.818 ----- Biocatalytic Conversion of Methane to Methanol as a Key Step for Development of Methane-based Biorefineries
2.819 ----- Methanol as an alternative transportation fuel in the US - MIT
2.820 ----- Petrochemical Outlook - Challenges and Opportunities - Prepared for EU-OPEC Dialogue - Slide Presentatio
2.821 ----- China's use of fuel methanol and implications on future energy trends
2.822 ----- The Methanol Story - A Sustainable Fuel for the Future
2.823 ----- The Future of Methanol Fuel - An analysis on the feasibility of methanol as an alternative fuel
2.824 ----- Methanol as a New Energy Carrier

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