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Preliminary Report released in line with 4th BTLtec reviews Bio SNG production technology in Güssing.

Posted on : 13 Aug, 2009


Bio SNG! 'Green' Natural Gas

Alternative Reduces CO2 Emissions

& Secures Energy Supplies.


Preliminary Report released in line with 4th BTLtec,

reviews Bio SNG production technology in Güssing.


Bio-SngUsing the existing natural gas infrastructure for exploiting biomass resources in a clean and efficient way has become a sustainable option for the energy industry throughout Europe and the world.


With the development and improvements to processing technologies, the market potential of the Bio-SNG option has increased significantly.


The Bio-SNG project deals with realisation of the demonstration of Synthetic Natural Gas (SNG) production, based on an innovative thermo-chemical gasification process, suitable for large-scale plants. The Bio SNG project’s demonstration plant in Güssing, AUSTRIA will have an important role to play in the Biomass to Liquids industry.


“Bio SNG” by Dr.-Ing Reinhard Rauch reviews the

Technology behind Bio SNG Production in a

methodological & logical manner for easy reading.


“Bio SNG” a Preliminary Report by Dr.-Ing Reinhard Rauch of the Vienna University of Technologyis released in line with 4th BTLtec as a preview of his eagerly anticipated presentation, 'Status of BioSNG Production and FT Fuels from Biomass Steam Gasification’ at the conference on 24th-25th September in Graz.


The easy-to-read report briefly overviews Bio SNG production, and presents facts and insights in a logical and cohesive manner.


Key areas of focus include:


1       Why Bio-SNG?

2       Biomass Gasification

3       Gas Cleaning

4       Methanation

5       SNG-Cleaning

The report also zooms into the technology behind a significant milestone in the Bio SNG sector; the construction and commissioning of the world’s first Bio-SNG 1 MW demonstration plant at the combined heat and power station in Güssing, Austria, in late 2008. Key stakeholders of the project, and the progress achieved in technology development for conversion of biomass to SNG are also highlighted in the report.


Want a copy of “Bio SNG” for *F*R*E*E?


Dr.-Ing Reinhard Rauch’s “Bio SNG”offers you a glimpse of the Güssing Bio-SNG project and its commercialisation prospects. And we’re giving you access to this preliminary report at NO COST!


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PS: As Part of the 4th BTLtec Conference, we’re organising a site visit to Güssing to view the Biomass CHP plant and the work of the Bio SNG Project. Find out more at www.btltec.com/btl