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Conversion to Liquid Fuel

Chinook Energy's gasification processes provide waste management businesses the ability to create both power and synthetic liquid fuel from a wide range of discarded waste materials. From organic waste substances, a variety of entirely-synthetic fuels can be created: synthetic ethanol, methanol, diesel, gasoline and jet fuel can all be synthesized from an almost-limitless list of feed materials.

In the pursuit to reduce carbon footprints and improve environmentally-friendly fuel sources, significant engineering resources have been devoted to converting synthesis gas to liquid fuel. Partnering with some of the top innovators in the field, Chinook Energy has enlisted the help of experts in its UK test facility to experiment with new concepts and further evolve our fuel-conversion technologies. We employ the Fischer-Tropsch process of gasification to create low-pollutant synthetic fuels using discarded waste materials. 

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