Thrunnel’s low-cost energy condensing technology would allow to recover the natural gases that would otherwise be flared, into condensed valued-added liquid. That does not only save those ~$14 billion worth of natural gas that is burnt every year, but more importantly, protect our planet by reducing greenhouse gases.
Natural Gas Processing:
71% captured and sold;
16% flared without capture;
13% inevitably flared.
~$14 billion worth of natural gas
is globally burnt every year! .
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Thrunnel™ is a new term to describe electrons that thrust and tunnel around energy barriers. Those were harnessed in Thrunnel’s invention to provide superior catalytic capacity that outperforms even natural counterparts for catalytic power. Therefore, this invention holds the promise to reset the whole chemical/energy/petrochemical industry, where gases can be converted to fuel and value-added liquids, in a single step, under ambient conditions and at unprecedented efficiency.
Thrunnel™ project will be published in more details soon, after additional testing of the working design based on Thrunnel revolutionary technology, currently under pending patent certification. All sort of time-intensive verifications are being performed to make sure that our invention will live up to the industry’s century-old dream. The challenge is high but it is well matched by our world-class scientific expertise in partnerships with well-established academic institutions.
Perhaps the greatest issue raised by the scientists, policy experts and companies we spoke to is how to cope with the immediate hike in energy demands expected in the coming decades - BBC Global News Ltd.
Thrunnel team invented a technology that would condense the energy of natural gas about 1000 times. That would make that source of energy more transportable than ever before, to overcome all geographical barriers between supply and demand. Moreover, Thrunnel’s technology operates under ambient conditions and at >60% lower cost of operation than other solutions that were deemed impractical for cost reasons.