Bioroot Energy is a Delaware C corporation based in Darby, Montana. Our company's clean fuel projects will produce EPA-approved higher mixed alcohol fuel, the energy industry’s cleanest, strongest alcohol fuel, from all types of solid, liquid and gaseous carbon feedstocks, including trash, garbage, biomass, sludges, methane, CO2, petroleum coke, and coal. Our mission is to enhance the world’s clean energy portfolio, generate solid investment returns, create jobs, and reduce air, land and water pollution.

The Higher Mixed Alcohol Synthesis Process

Higher mixed alcohol GTL synthesis technology cleanly and efficiently converts carbon feedstocks into finished fuel alcohols in two steps:

1. Syngas Production:

Steam Reformation of gaseous feedstocks cleanly converts any form of methane or methane/CO2 combination into syngas composed of carbon monoxide and hydrogen by reacting steam at high temperature with the feedstocks.

OR :

Gasification of Solid and Liquid wastes, Biomass, Sludg...
Bioroot Energy is a Delaware C corporation based in Darby, Montana. Our company's clean fuel projects will produce EPA-approved higher mixed alcohol fuel, the energy industry’s cleanest, strongest alcohol fuel, from all types of solid, liquid and gaseous carbon feedstocks, including trash, garbage, biomass, sludges, methane, CO2, petroleum coke, and coal. Our mission is to enhance the world’s clean energy portfolio, generate solid investment returns, create jobs, and reduce air, land and water pollution.

The Higher Mixed Alcohol Synthesis Process

Higher mixed alcohol GTL synthesis technology cleanly and efficiently converts carbon feedstocks into finished fuel alcohols in two steps:

1. Syngas Production:

Steam Reformation of gaseous feedstocks cleanly converts any form of methane or methane/CO2 combination into syngas composed of carbon monoxide and hydrogen by reacting steam at high temperature with the feedstocks.

OR :

Gasification of Solid and Liquid wastes, Biomass, Sludges, Coal, Petroleum Coke. Gasification is a thermal conversion process which converts solid and liquid carbonaceous materials into syngas by reacting raw materials (feedstocks) at high temperature with a controlled, reduced amount of oxygen and/or steam.

2. Gas to Liquid (GTL) Catalysis:

Syngas derived from either of the above front end methods is then processed through a GTL reactor to produce clean, water, oil, and coal soluble alcohols. The blended fuel formula can then be sent directly to fuel markets or separated (fractionated) into its constituent single alcohols for producing a wide variety of value added products for the biochemicals industry.
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