Tag: pyromaniax

The Justice League of Pyromaniax

The Justice League of Pyromaniax

March 13, 2017 |

The High Lords of Pyrolysis travel under the unlikely cover identities of “George Huber” and “Robert Brown” — but we know them in their true superhero identities of “The Catalyst” and “The Godfatha”. Of late, they have assembled what might be best described as the Justice League of Pyromaniax — although the various superheroes prefer […]

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Return of the Pyromaniax

Return of the Pyromaniax

January 26, 2012 |

Those researchers developing pyrolysis as a solution to the world’s fossil fuels woes – they are just irrepressible. Now, one team from UMass-Amherst has come up with a “platform discovery” that can make catalytic fast pyrolysis “economically competitive with crude oil production”.   You just can’t turn your back for very long, around the Pyromaniax […]

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“Return of the Pyromaniax”: a round-up of 10 hot projects

“Return of the Pyromaniax”: a round-up of 10 hot projects

January 26, 2012 |

Elsewhere, the pyromaniax continue to rule. Here’s a round-up of the latest major pyrolysis breakthroughs and updates around the world, as part of the Digest’s special Focus issue, “Return of the Pyromaniax“. Over in Finland Last November, Green Fuel Nordic Oy initiated an investment roadmap for production of second generation bio-oil from sustainable, forest-based feedstocks […]

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