Feasibility studies underway for Sarnia green methanol project 

Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC) has commenced a COMM SCI project with Advanced Chemical Technologies Inc. (AChT), Waterloo, Ont., that will see AChT complete technical and economic feasibility studies to address commercial barriers to construct a green methanol commercial scale demonstration facility in Sarnia, Ont., by late 2020.
AChT is in the formative stages of developing its green methanol commercial demonstration plant to be located at TransAlta’s Bluewater Energy Park in Sarnia. AChT’s proprietary process and plant design will utilize industrial CO2 emissions, in addition to natural gas, water and electricity to produce methanol with a significantly reduced carbon footprint. Methanol is a ubiquitous base chemical with a wide variety of applications including low carbon fuel and derivative products. This process allows AChT to be an enabling partner with industrial emitters to utilize their CO2 emissions.

@This article is published by conbio.info 2017-11-15 and has been produced by Lennart Ljungblom and based on a press release. conBio.info is focusing on news that may have an impact on bioenergy business as well as bioenergy news with general impact, on line since 2013. Energy supply, energy politics, climate and other environmental, economy issues and the development for different energy markets are of main interest.