Dry Reforming of Methane to Produce Syngas and Reduce CO2 Emissions
A dry reforming process under development will utilize CO2 captured from fossil resources for fuels and chemical synthesis. In the process, a novel nano-engineered catalyst on hollow fiber tubes will create a compact reactor to produce syngas from methane without the addition of steam. During a 200-hour continuous laboratory-scale testing, the catalyst showed stable performance, and further research to demonstrate proof of concept at this scale is underway. This effort is focused on reducing emissions while developing beneficial uses for CO2 that can offset increases in the cost of electricity due to the need for carbon capture.
- High Methane Conversion
- Durable Operation
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