A Guide on Low – Carbon Capture Process

Crude oil production is the largest production all over the world. During the cruse oil production process, there are various challenges that industries face like how to handle the large quantities of CO2 formed during fossil fuel combustion, and how to handle impurities, other than CO2, in the flue gas stream. You can get to know more about carbon capture technology, gasification, and low-carbon oil production through the web.

Syngas can also be used as a hydrogen source in fuel cells, but most gasification systems produce syngas that requires further processing and reforming to remove pollutants and other gases, such as CO and CO2, to be suitable for low-temperature applications fuel batteries, but high-temperature solid oxide fuel cells can directly accept a mixture of H2, CO, CO2, steam, and methane.    

Gasification technology is the process of converting organic or fossil-derived carbonaceous materials into carbon monoxide, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide at high temperatures (> 700°C) without combustion, with controlled amounts of oxygen and steam. Pure syngas can be used to generate electricity in reciprocating engines or turbines, or further processed to produce hydrogen to replace natural gas, chemicals, fertilizers, or transportation fuels.

Gasification can be an efficient and virtually pollution-free way to produce energy, fuels, and chemicals from readily available resources such as coal, coke, and biomass. Instead, the patented SES technology enables the raw materials to undergo chemical reactions in a closed environment at high temperatures and pressure, and the resulting syngas can be converted into various green energy products.