During this webinar, learn how two companies are using landfill gas (LFG) as a feedstock to produce hydrogen, methanol and ethanol.
BayoTech’s hydrogen generators can use biomethane derived from LFG as a feedstock for hydrogen production. Stewart Stewart will present how BayoTech is achieving low-cost renewable hydrogen production. By utilizing modular units in compact sizes, BayoTech units tap into co-located biogas resources to site hydrogen production at the point of use, eliminating the cost and emissions of liquification and transportation.
GasTechno Energy & Fuels (GEF) is the developer of the patented GasTechno® Mini-GTL® technology. John Baker will discuss how the GasTechno® Mini-GTL® technology produces renewable methanol, ethanol and hydrogen from LFG and anaerobic digester gas. The GasTechno® Mini-GTL® technology uses a patented direct homogenous partial oxidation process to allow for conversion of biogas into high-value liquid chemicals and fuels in a single step.