Clariant and Ineratec announce renewable fuels partnership

Article by Amanda Doyle


CLARIANT and Ineratec have entered a partnership to use Clariant’s catalysis experience to support Ineratec’s gas-to-liquid technology.

Ineratec specialises in a container-based technology for producing renewable fuels and chemicals, and is involved in the Power-to-X (P2X) Kopernikus project to produce synthetic fuel from CO2 captured from the air. The partnership aims to develop and commercialise new technologies for renewable fuel production by using Clariant’s catalysts in Ineratec’s modular reactors.

Stefan Heuser, Senior Vice President and General Manager at Clariant Catalysts, said: “We are honoured to support Ineratec in their pioneering work in sustainable fuel production. Their state-of-the-art, container-sized gas-to-liquid technology has great potential for the decentralised fuel market, and we are excited to contribute with our tailor-made syngas catalyst innovations.”

Tim Boeltken, Co-founder and Managing Director of Ineratec, said: “We are very proud to announce Clariant among our catalyst partners, and would like to thank them for joining us in creating a more sustainable future.”

Article by Amanda Doyle

Staff Reporter, The Chemical Engineer

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