Applicability: ETL plant designs are tailored to reflect feedstock availability of various applications, encompassing within their scope industrial manufacturing of different calibres. The skid-based modular ETL system can be adapted to different sources of CO2 and hydrogen
Efficiency: Various factors integrated into the ETL process, including selective CO2 hydrogenation process,low amount of by-products, effective heat integration and validated catalyst performanc, allow ETL to consume less energy.
Flexibility: The ETL reaction system enables high turndown and operational flexibility. The system responds quickly to changes in raw material or energy supply and can be configured to reflect fluctuating energy supply enabling load-following for energy storage
Profitability: The ETL process offers inhernet profitabiltiy to its adaptors, based on proven upstream costs, existing operational data and market prices supported by global trends. ETL plants offera competitive CAPEX at lower scale of production.
Safety: The ETL process' direct reaction offers inherent safety benefits
Sustainability: ETL production plants cause no greenhouse gas emissions, form no toxic by-products and require no arable land or biological feedstock. The ETL process produces no surplus streams as the ideal ratio of raw material can be adjusted precisely. The principals of life-cycle-analysis (LCA) are incorporated into the process design, ensuring processt sustainability and product value.
Technical Maturity: CRI was the first and to date only company to have reached the milestone of producing of a synthetic liquid fuel at industrial scale from CO2 capture. The company continues operation of its industrial production plant and working on continuous improvement of process design, automation and operating procedures,thus having years of practical experience demonstrated excellence. CRI has already delivered two small-scale ETL systems and established project pipelines in Europe and China