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Jeff Harti

Aug 24, 2017
07:11

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Greetings Jorge Luis Benavides Aparicio,

A belated thank you for submitting your detailed proposal.

We very much appreciate your participation.

Best Regards,

Jeff Harti


Ridwan D. Rusli

Sep 4, 2017
06:23

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Am trying to understand the energy and material balance for this biomethanol process. Since the methane reforming reaction into CO and H2 is endothermic (that's why you need steam), you need to add heat or burn methane and "shift" the CO to CO2 to produce more CO and H2.

My question is whether the resulting biomethanol produced is economically attractive (compared to other substitute products in the particular target market(s)), while ensuring favourable energy and carbon balances?