Applications

The G-44 Process could have a significant economic impact across numerous sectors of the energy industry because of the variety of its potential applications. It can treat energy, greenhouse, and combustion gases.

Key Characteristics:
  1. No other technology available can process combustion emissions from both fossil fuels and energy gases, natural or acid gases, with CO2, hydrogen sulfide, nitrogen, SO2, as minority components.
  2. No other gas conversion technology can process greenhouse and pollutant gases and convert them to additional energy sources and/or valuable chemical streams. The G-44 Process adds value both on the pure financial return side and in meeting oncoming emissions and permitting thresholds.
  3. Additionally, there is no other gas conversion process functions at such low temperatures and pressures compared to other methods, while requiring no preprocess separation of input gases. And there are no negative environmental inputs into the air and water.
  4. No other gas conversion process is as inexpensive. The G-44 System operates at a fraction of the costs of other technologies, mostly because of the low levels of heat and pressurization required, (operating costs) and because of the simplicity of the process itself and the equipment in which it takes place (capital costs).

These unique G-44 operating characteristics make possible a wide variety of applications. Please see our sections about how the G-44 Process can convert greenhouse and pollutant gases, as well as how it can convert natural gas to higher-value fuels and chemicals.