Australian renewable energy facility
TRL 6-7 Demonstration
|Technology additional information
biomass pyrosis process and Fischer Tropsch
organic residues and waste streams
Organic waste materials such as cereal straw
FT liquids (0 t/y
sustainable aviation fuels SAF
|Output additional information
Renewable diesel and jet fuel, electricity, fertiliser and food-grade carbon dioxide
The AgBioEn project will be one of the first commercial and large-scale biomass to liquid (BTL) plants that utilize FT synthesis methods.
While traditional applications of the Fischer Tropsch (FT) process involved the gasification of CH4 or coal, biomass-based FT plants have shown promising results as the production method of biofuels.
This newer type of FT synthesis begins with the gasification of biomass, which produces a bio-syngas product that can be separated into H2 and CO components by an FT reactor.
Last Update: 2021-11-06 07:46:16