Hydrofaction™ is Steeper Energy’s proprietary implementation of hydrothermal liquefaction which applies supercritical water as a reaction medium for the conversion of biomass directly into a high-energy density renewable crude oil, referred to as Hydrofaction™ Oil. Steeper’s unique process mimics and accelerates nature by subjecting wet biomass to heat and high pressure.
Full-scale commercial direct air capture plant.
World’s largest post-combustion CO2 capture system in operation.
Coal liquefication plant using solvent-based adsorption.
Partnership of major energy companies working to advance CCS for the oil and gas industry.
Coal and biomass to liquids.
Coals to liquids.
Coal-biomass IGCC and polygen.
Lignite to liquids.
U.S. government project for gas-to-jet technology; Partnered w/ Lanzatech to optimize its ethanol process to reduce the cost of jet fuel for the military in support of the military’s goal to reduce its carbon footprint.
60 million gallon per year ethanol and 420,000 ton animal feed plant in California; Conversion of agricultural waste, forest waste, dairy waste, and construction and demolition waste (CDW) to ethanol.
Partnered w/ Lanzatech for aviation fuel technology, which uses waste industrial gases from steel facilities that is captured, fermented and chemically converted for jet fuel.
Coal boiler, Australia.
Coal boiler, 500 MV plant.
An attempt to derive lithium-CO2 compound that can be used in batteries.
Researching the potential to store large volumes of carbon in processed kimberlite through mineral carbonation.
100% renewable energy powers direct air capture.
Engineering, procurement, site work, civil work, piping, electrical and instrumentation, turnover, and completion scopes.
Agricultural residue that is rich in carbon is used to create syngas and biochar; The syngas is used for heat and the biochar is returned to the soil as an enhancer and a carbon sink.
Oxy-fuel for retrofit and cement kilns; Tested oxyfuel technology in CEMCAP project; Next step is for demonstration at Colleferro (Italy) and Retznei (Austria)
Amine-based chemical absorption; CO₂ capture from flue gas; Pilot plant complete, demonstrating at NET Power’s 50MWth commercial-scale plant in Texas.
Sequesters CO2 through a two-stage mineralization process. The mineralization process permanently locks the sequestered CO2 in rock form and due to its flexibility, can be utilized across a range of industries.
Cryogenic carbon capture: post combustion capture from power plants and natural gas treating
Ventilation air methane (VAM)
Non-aqueous solvent (NAS)- based CO2 capture for post-combustion capture at coal-fired plants
PhotoBioReactor is made up of a flexible polymer that allows for higher CO₂ sequestration than other closed micro algae systems; Produces offshore algae biomass.
AIR TO FUELS™ technology combines Carbon Engineering’s Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology with several other advancing technologies, such as renewable energy, water electrolysis and fuels synthesis, to produce liquid hydrocarbon fuels.
Combines new catalysts with a novel drop-in component that reprograms existing hardware to split CO2
Carbon Engineering’s direct air capture process separates CO2 from atmospheric air in a four-step process.
Stranded electricity and CO₂ is converted into renewable gas for EOR.
Oxygen is transferred to fuel through a solid oxygen-carrier; Through this process, a side effect is that CO₂ is captured as well.
Post-combustion amine solvent
Amine solvent in use at 13 plants worldwide that can be applied to various flue gas sources
Polaris™ membrane CO2 capture technology
Gasification, feedstock: organic waste
Uses natural gas, natural gas liquids, flare gas, CO₂, and waste gasses from industrial plants as feedstock to produce clean liquid transportation fuels. Greyrock’s catalyst eliminates the “wax refining” step associated with traditional Fischer-Tropsch.
Metal oxide is used that, on contact with the feed (natural gas, coal, petcock, biomass, etc.), releases the oxygen required for combustion, producing effluents made up of stream and CO2; CO2 is easily isolated by condensing the stream.