Converting emissions from coal-fired plants to gasoline, diesel, or jet fuel.
Gary C. Young is a licensed professional engineer in the states of California, Texas, Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin, and is the president, founder and owner of Bio-Thermal-Energy, Inc. Dr. Young has successfully commercialized numerous new processes from the laboratory to startup, and has worked with such companies as CONOCO, Stauffer Chemical, Beatrice Foods, Monsanto, and Carus Chemical. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An economical commercial process is needed to provide an incentive for the utility industries to engender win-win support for governmental regulations on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. The current approach to mitigating CO2 emissions - at least from an engineering or technological standpoint - is carbon capture and sequestration (CCS). That approach requires CO2 capture followed by CO2 sequestration involving costly CO2 compression, transportation, underground storage and/or injection for crude oil recovery from reservoirs [See Reference No. 1].