Carbon Recycling International (CRI) develops, markets, and produces renewable methanol from industrial CO2 emissions. The company markets and distributes renewable methanol (RM, Vulcanol) in EU and Iceland. Vulcanol can be blended with gasoline in low level blends suitable for all gasoline powered cars. CRI is planning larger production at other sites in Iceland.
JOB SUMMARY: A techno-economic feasibility study on options to decrease electricity consumption, and their effects on the mechanical design and the operating conditions of the electrolyser system. The project involves optimisation of the total cost of electrolysis during the lifetime of the system in terms of construction and operating costs.
QUALIFICATIONS: At least a B.Sc. degree in Chemical, Mechanical or Physical Engineering
Professional skills: Practical problem solving, rigorous quantitative reasoning, creativity, quality drive and excellent communication and reporting abilities
Computer skills: MS Office (Excel, Word etc.), PFD/P&ID drawing software (Visio or equivalent), process simulation software (CHEMCAD, Aspen or equivalent), high-level technical computing language (MATLAB or equivalent)
Ability to self-check own work products
Compliance to CRI’s reviewing procedures and documentation control system
SKILLS: Ability to do independent fact finding and analysis
Excellent English writing skills
Good analytical skills
Diligent, creative & self-motivated
Excellent Excel and PowerPoint skills
Proven experience in financial modeling and writing reports.
TASKS: Creating a task list and outlining the scope of the project
Writing memorandum(s) and a final report(s)
Gathering information and data
Design and calculations
Collaboration with CRI staff and other interns at the division
DELIVERABLES: Reports and models accepted by supervisors