Cool GTL: A Pathway to Sustainable Fuels
GTI Energy has developed a Cool GTLSM process that uses more carbon than it produces to convert natural gas, RNG and CO2 into high-quality liquid fuels efficiently and affordably, with zero byproduct—driving a modern revolution in the production of transportation fuels.
The simple modular approach reduces cost, shrinks size, and minimizes the carbon footprint of GTL conversion, turning a complicated and expensive process into something commercially viable at small scale. The low-cost system integrates a new, lower temperature, natural gas reforming process (Cool Reforming) and a novel Fischer-Tropsch (F-T) reactor to make high-quality fungible liquids.
GTI Energy is demonstrating large-scale conversion technologies to minimize greenhouse gas emissions from aviation, a traditionally difficult-to-decarbonize sector. Researchers are leading a team on a DOE project to build and operate a fully integrated, fully automated Cool GTL pilot-scale test unit to validate the process at a larger scale. It will run 24/7 with a goal to produce 100 gallons of high-quality jet fuel. Another DOE project will develop and scale up technologies and processes that meet the demands for sustainable aviation fuels while reducing costs.
- Modular, low-cost GTL
- Small footprint
- Great economics
- Distributed plant locations
Webinar: Turning a liability into an asset: Creating liquid transportation fuels from CO2, natural gas, or RNG
Check out the recording of this 30-minute webinar to learn how new technology can use CO2 to create high-quality hydrocarbon liquids, reducing emissions and driving a modern revolution in the production of transportation fuels.
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