Save-the-Date! Lig2Liq Public Workshop 30.11.2021 online

Dear gasification-enthusiast,
the Lig2Liq-consortium invites you to the public workshop. The topic will be HTW-gasification and the conversion of residual waste and lignite to liquid fuels. External speakers will present technologies regarding the full-chain process from gasification to synthesis and members of the consortium will show results and outcomes of the EU-project Lig2Liq. The workshop will take place via MS Teams.

Registration: click here

What is LIG2LIQ?

LIG2LIQ is a 3-years research project co-funded by the European Commision managed Research Fund for Coal and Steel (RFCS). Its aim is to develop an economically efficient concept for production of liquid fuels, such as Fischer-Tropsch fuels or methanol, from lignite and solid recovered fuel from municipal waste by means of the High Temperature Winkler (HTW) gasification technology. Capital costs are decreased by an innovative gas cleaning stage for the subsequent synthesis step.

How will this be achieved?

The full process chain is to be tested in a 500 kWth pilot plant. The process is scaled up to industrial size using adequate models that have been validated at pilot scale. A techno-economic assessment and life cycle analysis is performed.

This is an interactive picture of the full-chain process. Select the segment you are interested in!

The following objectives are defined to reach this aim:

  • Develop and test a concept for HTW gasification of lignite/waste mixtures for the production of syngas, which is optimized with respect to cold gas efficiency carbon conversion efficiencyand operability.
  • Develop and test a new syngas cleaning technology that meets the specifications for the synthesis catalyst with respect to impurities and reduces the investment costs of the entire plant
  • Test the full process chain including gasification, syngas treatment, and fuel synthesis at realistic conditions and at reasonable scale, i.e. using a 500 kWth gasifier
  • Develop concepts of industrial plants using adequate models that have been validated at pilot scale.
  • Assess the risks of the technology and suggest possibilities for risk mitigation.
  • Estimate the cost structures in comparison to conventional technologies
  • Determine the environmental footprint of the process chain throughout the life cycle of a plant.

Partners

The LIG2LIQ consortium consists of seven international members including three universities, two research institutes and two industrial partners.