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Innovative Solutions for the Energy Industry: Hydrogen Production and Beyond

In this project, we offer three products and one service with our new technology, a game-changing technology that we have been working on for the past three years and are sharing with here:

1- Hydrogen sulfide, H2S, scavengers Cost Avoidance:
Our innovative technology represents a valid alternative for simultaneous H2S valorization and hydrogen production at the industrial scale. The sweetening of sour gas and treatment of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) in oil and gas reservoirs and shale basins (in the USA and Canada) have a huge market size compared to the other markets. This market is driven by the rise in global oil and gas refinery capacity and growth in global petrochemical and specialty chemical industries. In addition, a rise in global oil and gas refinery capacity is anticipated to boost the growth of the market as well.

2- Hydrogen:
The main product in this technology is Hydrogen which has not yet any color in the market. We called this hydrogen Violet Hydrogen because the violet color encourages personal inventiveness and creativity, the calm stability of blue, and the fierce energy of red. Hydrogen fuel is simply a zero-emission fuel burning with oxygen; as such it is produced in a completely zero-carbon manner. It can easily be utilized in internal combustion engines or fuel cells.

3- Carbon disulfide, CS2:
The second co-product is carbon disulfide. CS2 with a market price of about USD500-750 per ton is more desirable than other co-products in the hydrogen industry such as elemental sulfur (with a market value of 0.04 USD/kg) yielded from H2S decomposition, CO2 from SMR (Steam Methane Reformation) and ATR (Auto Thermal Reformation), Carbon Black from Methane pyrolysis. It is a raw material used for the synthesis of cellophane, rayon, and fine petrochemicals.

4- Poly(Carbon Subsulfide), (C3S2)X
The third potential product of the plasma catalysis of H2SMR is poly(carbon subsulfide). Poly(carbon subsulfide) belongs to carbon sulfides which are a class of binary compounds with remarkable features. Among the neutral species, the composition ranges from the most sulfur-rich representative, carbon disulfide CS2, to the most carbon-rich compound, carbon subsulfide C3S2, both forming linearly shaped molecules. Polymeric (a-C3S5)X has application as a synthon in organic syntheses. Another, (CS)X much like a black powder is a high-resistance semiconductor – much like (C3S2)X. As noted before, these polymers have potential usage in electronic, optoelectronic, and photovoltaic applications.