CRI has unique experience in designing, building, commissioning and operating a Power-to-Gas and Power-to-Liquid processing plant at industrial scale, recycling thousands of tons of CO2 per year and producing thousands of tons of renewable fuel from hydrogenation of CO2. Based on our experience with an industrial scale reference site and our ability, we offer technical solutions to industrial clients and investors, including technology licenses and services to engineer, build and operate renewable methanol plants.

Together with clients we identify opportunities, we perform preliminary or detailed feasibility studies, engineer, build, commission and operate methanol production plants based on our Emissions-to-Liquids platform.

CRI will provide required equipment, including electrolyzers, compressors, CO2 purification systems, reactors, distillation columns and storage tanks. The majority of the equipment will be delivered as pre-commissioned and prefabricated skids with piping and connections. CRI has partnered with world class companies with technologies and manufacturing capabilities in the power and chemical industries who will provide complementary technical and equipment services.

CRI offers a standard Emissions-to-Liquids plant design with nominal 40,000 ton/yr methanol production capacity. The standard design can also be adapted to larger or smaller scale, depending on client requirements.

The Emissions-to-Liquids methanol plant is designed to utilize existing sources of clean CO2 or to process CO2 from an emission source. The plant is also designed to produce its own hydrogen feedstock from electrolysis or to utilize by-product hydrogen from another industrial process. The process flexibly operates with more conventional sources of syngas, i.e. hydrogen, CO2 and CO. Our plants are thus designed for flexible operation in order to take advantage of variable supply of energy and feedstock.