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Prepared for Natural Resources Canada in March 2004
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- Canola Oil or tallow to “SuperCetane”, and
- Used motor oil to diesel fuel, the ROBYS™ process.
Both of these processes have been developed by Natural Resources Canada and are in the process of being commercialized.
The new pathways have been fully integrated into GHGenius and all of the existing functionality of the model has been retained.
The CANMET Energy Technology Centre (CETC), Natural Resources Canada, has developed a novel, patented technology that can convert vegetable oils, waste greases, animal tallow and other feedstocks containing triglycerides and fatty acids into a high cetane, low sulphur diesel fuel blending stock called SuperCetane. This process can transform fats by hydrotreating them to produce paraffins.
The "ROBYS™ Process" purifies and stabilizes reclaimed and refined gas oils. ROBYS™ is designed as an add-on unit to used oil recycling and petroleum refining operations. The process was developed by the CANMET Energy Technology Centre (CETC) and is licensed to Par Excellence Developments (PED) of Sudbury, Ontario for worldwide application. In the course of being recycled, used oils undergo a thermal cracking process to produce gas oil. ROBYS™ then effectively stabilizes and purifies the gas oil.
Used oil has been added to GHGenius as a feedstock. The collection parameters for used oil can be set by the user on the Input Sheet in terms of the modes of transportation employed and the distances involved.
Tags: Canola - GHGenius 2.5 - SuperCetane - Tallow - Used Oil