A sustainable and renewable alternative to liquid fossil fuels
A part of the green shift
Biojet will contribute to the green shift by producing sustainable biofuel that can be used in traditional engines and distributed via established infrastructure.
Biojet wants to replace fossil products in a sustainable and environmentally sound way by converting wood-based residual products into liquid biofuels, produced at suitable geographical areas.
Biojet is basically technology neutral, but seeks to use what is at all times the "state of the art" of functioning processes to convert wood chips into fully qualified liquid biofuel (biodiesel / alternatively SAF - sustainable aviation fuel)
The raw material enters the factory as coarse wood chips and must be adapted in size and moisture content until it can be sent on to gasification.
The prepared woody biomass is sent into the gasification process and converted mainly to synthesis gas consisting of hydrogen and carbon monoxide.
The synthesis gas must be cleaned of unwanted components - mainly carbon dioxide, but also quite harmfull substances such as sulfur that came with the woody biomass.
The purified synthesis gas is sent into a Fischer-Tropsch reactor which converts the gas into paraffinic waxes consisting of different types of hydrocarbons.
The paraffinic waxes are run through a process which converts them into usable diesel or SAF (sustainable jetfuel).