Grannus’ technology is used to build near zero emission, exothermic chemical process and powerplants that produce synthetic gas for the manufacture of downstream chemical products along with the cogeneration of clean electric power. Our multi-feedstock technology integrates a partial oxidation gas boiler with the water gas shift process to make high hydrogen synthetic gas. With separation of the nitrogen, hydrogen and carbon dioxide streams, excess power and steam, the building blocks exist to make other chemicals with controlled ratios, such as Haber-Bosch ammonia, Bosch-Meisner urea, or Fischer-Tropsch gas to liquids.
The Grannus process offers many advantages to traditional steam methane reformation production of syngas by utilizing 100% of plant feedstock for the production of syngas combined with strong cogeneration capabilities thereby increasing total plant efficiency. This paradigm shift allows the design and construction of green, near zero-emissions process plants in an otherwise uncertain permitting and political atmosphere; while also competitively reducing the cost to make syngas products locally.