Project Synthesis bioliq - process Karlsruhe

Country Germany  
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Raw Material lignocellulosic crops  
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Project Owner Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)  
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City Karlsruhe  
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Output 1 Capacity 608  
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Partners Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe; Ministerium Fuer Ernaehrung und Laendlichen Raum Baden-Wuerttemberg (MLR); Chemieanalgenbau Chemnitz GmbH; Lurgi Gmbh, Mut GmbH  
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Startup 2012  
Contact (visible on Website) Mark Eberhard mark.eberhard@kit.edu  
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Techlology Brief The bioliq process, developed at the Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie (KIT) aims at the production of synthetic fuels and chemicals from biomass. The bioliq technology is based on a two step process with decentral pyrolysis for the production of transportable slurry from biomass (e.g. straw) and central slurry gasification and BtL production. At KIT Karlsruhe a pilot pl ant with 2 MW fast pyrolysis and biosyn- crude production and 5 MWth high pressure entrained flow gasifier operated up to 8 MPa (both in cooperation with Lurgi GmbH, Frankfurt), as well as the hot gas clean-ing (MUT Advanced Heating GmbH, Jena), dimethylether and final gasoline synthesis (Chemieanlagenbau Chemnitz GmbH) are in operation.  
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Additional Information Stage 1 (2 MW fast pyrolysis) completed, stage 2 (5 MW high pressure entrained flow gasification) under construction, Stage 3 (gas cleaning and methanol synthesis) and Stage 4 (Methanol to Fuel) in design.