Carbon capture

Novel technologies for carbon capture are developed by using of high-temperature pyrolysis of natural gas and biomass as well as by adsorption of CO2. In pyrolysis of methane and biogas hydrogen is produced and the carbon coming from hydrocarbons of the biomass as well as from CO2 is captured as solid material.

Hydrogen Production and Carbon Capture by Methane Ppyrolysis

The goals defined in the Paris Agreement to limit global warming are linked to a drastic reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. These targets require the establishment of a sustainable ...

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Carbon Capture and Syngas production by Biogas Pyrolysis

The fermentation of biomass, such as corn silage or manure, allows to effectively fix carbon from the environment. The product of this process is a mixture of methane and CO2, also known as biogas. Via a pyrolysis process...

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