Greenhouse and Combustion Gases

THE G-44 PROCESS CAN CONVERT GREENHOUSE GASES AND POLLUTANT GASES INTO HIGHER-VALUE MARKETABLE PRODUCTS.

The input gases do not need preprocess separation and can include carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and toxic gases (sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide), and toxic metals, such as mercury.

The G-44 Process could provide a solution to the greenhouse emissions generated from the use of hydrocarbon energy gases and liquids or coal. Greenhouse gases, such as CO2 and CH4, NOx, and toxic gases, such as SO2 and H2S could be processed low temperatures and pressure without separation and converted to products with an economic value or at least eliminate the associated environmental risk.

This application is quite simply a technological and economic game changer for the nation’s energy mix. The inexpensive conversion of greenhouse and toxic gases into valuable products means that the G-44 Process eliminates the negative environmental impacts these gases have when they are released into the atmosphere, and changes a growing economic and regulatory liability into a financial asset. Even without the creation of products, the carbon dioxide credits alone have value.