February 2017

Special Focus: Clean Fuels

Mitigate CO2 emissions from industrial plants by conversion to fuels

An economical commercial process is necessary to provide an incentive for the utility industries to engender win-win support for government regulations on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

Young, G. C., Bio-Thermal-Energy Inc.

An economical commercial process is necessary to provide an incentive for the utility industries to engender win-win support for government regulations on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. A standard approach for mitigating CO2 emissions is carbon capture and sequestration (CCS), which involves CO2 capture, sequestration and costly CO2 compression, transportation and/or underground storage used for crude oil recovery from reservoirs.1 An alternative proprietary catalytic processa for mitigating CO2 emissions from industrial plants by conversion to fuels has been developed to solidify the aims of both industry and government.2,3 This is in addition to a previously published “non-catalytic” p

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