RP1.3-04 Efficient conversion of hydrogen to future fuels
This project aims to achieve efficient conversion of hydrogen to the alternative fuel methanol, through the development of hybrid membrane technology and bespoke catalysts for these conversions.
The technology approach combines a catalytic reactor with membrane separation to achieve a membrane reactor, representing process intensification to reduce equipment footprint. This transformative technology assists hydrogen producers and CO2 emitters to efficiently produce alternative fuels for their storage and transportation purposes.
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|Commencement / End Date||January 2021 to July 2024|
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The outcomes of this project will include:
|Partners||University of Melbourne, University of Adelaide, University of Queensland, Woodside, GPA Engineering, Santos, Jemena, APA|