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BioDME steel towers successfully put in place
On the last Sunday of May the 21 meters high steel towers forming the main process unit of the new BioDME plant were put in place beside Chemrec's development plant in Piteå. With the gas flare on top the plant has become a northern Statue of Liberty.
Syngas - the link from feedstock to synthetic product
In the biofuels media you frequently read about "syngas". What is syngas, where does it come from and how is it used?
New CEO Max Jonsson: Experienced, decisive, detailed
Nothing will fall through the cracks when the new CEO, with his background in finance, directs and finalizes Chemrec's large investment projects.
Chemrec takes part in $500,000 Research Program at the University of Minnesota
Chemrec will be the fuel provider and one of the informal project advisors in a three-year research program about BioDME at the University of Minnesota, titled “Performance and Emissions of a Second Generation Biofuel – DME”.
First bio-methanol from black liquor
The first bottle of biomethanol from black liquor syngas has been produced in the laboratory at Solander Science Park in Piteå.
Simulation of the scaled-up gasifier
Chemrec's gasifier up-scaled 25 times will produce the same excellent quality syngas as in the development plant. This was shown in a simulation model used within a 3-year national research program.