BEgreen™ OxyFuel utilizes a patent pending process that produce liquid CO2 by utilizing a high pressure oxyfuel burner. The produced CO2 can be transported by pipeline for use in enhanced oil recovery (EOR) operations.
Natural gas is burned at 600 psig with the temperature being modulated by quench water injection.
The elevated combustion pressure allows the CO2 to later be condensed without compression.
The hot gas boils butane in an indirect heater that drives a turbine generator. A tri-ethylene glycol (TEG) contactor dehydrates the gas before the gas is cooled and the CO2 condensed.
Products of the process are liquid CO2 and electrical power.