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

 

 


 

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

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Current bioethanol plants use fossil fuels for their heat. 
By adding ThorCon nuclear electrical systems they can go clean while expanding their product line into drop-in biosynfuels.

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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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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

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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
2.808 -----
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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