Image - Scientists Fine-Tune System to Create Syngas from CO2

Scientists Fine-Tune System to Create 'Syngas' from CO2

Scientists have developed a new recipe for creating synthesis gas mixtures, or syngas, that involves adding a pinch of copper atoms sprinkled atop a gold surface. The new material supports a room-temperature electrochemical reaction that can convert carbon dioxide and water into syngas, a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen, and an important precursor in the production of chemicals and synthetic fuels. The researchers say syngas can be con...

Natural Gas & LNG - Sep 5, 2017


Image - Saxlund ensures robust feedstock handling solution for award winning Hull biomass energy project

Saxlund ensures robust feedstock handling solution for award winning Hull biomass energy project

Biomass and materials handling specialist Saxlund International is delivering a state of the art feedstock handling and storage solution for a new award winning 21 MW biomass energy plant in Hull, following a £1.7 million contract with plant designers Heat Recovery Solutions (HRS Energy). The Tansterne Advanced Biomass Project, a collaboration between Heat Recovery Solutions and renewables investment company Solar 21, won ‘Best...

Bio - Sep 6, 2017


Image - UKs first commercial bio-substitute natural gas plant to use Saxlund fuel handling solution

UK's first commercial bio-substitute natural gas plant to use Saxlund fuel handling solution

A pioneering green gas generation plant, under construction at Marston Gate in Swindon by Advanced Plasma Power and Cadent, is to use a fully automated fuel reception and delivery solution developed by biomass and material handling specialist Saxlund International. The £25 million facility which is due to commence operations in early 2018 will be the first commercial plant to convert household waste into bio-substitute natural gas (B...

Natural Gas & LNG - Bio - Sep 6, 2017




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