HTC Purification Systems - C02 Capture

HTC Purification Systems - CO2 Capture

Modular Low Cost Biogas Processing

Companies doing business in the energy industry are looking for cost-effective methods and new energy technologies to produce their products, while at the same time being environmentally sustainable and profitable.

HTC’s CO2 Capture & Gas Purification mandate is to develop and commercialize the technologies that satisfy these requirements and to commercialize these products offers world-wide. HTC has developed cost-effective CO2 capture solutions for CO2 enhanced heavy oil production, coal and gas power generation and the industrial food grade CO2 markets. HTC participates in this sector through its commercial entity: HTC Purification Systems Corp., within its proprietary LCDesign® and PDO Engine™ technologies.

HTC Purification Systems has developed an improved proprietary CO2 capture system that has been designed to significantly reduce the cost of CO2 capture. Brand named the HTC Low-Cost Design or LCDesign®, this system has been engineered to reduce capital and operating costs while at the same time delivering superior performance by reducing energy usage, lowering emissions, and improving the quality of CO2 product captured.

HTC Purification Systems continues to focus its efforts on the sale of modular CO2 capture systems using the LCDesign® and PDO Engine™ technologies, primarily focusing on servicing industry whereby CO2 is used as a commodity.

The LCDesign® unit can capture CO2 from coal-fired power plants and from the plentiful supply of OTSG boilers (Once Through Steam Generators) used in SAGD (Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage) and CSS (Cyclic Steam Stimulation) (CO2 – Huff and Puff market), or any other flue gas source such as cement plants, refineries or diesel generators.

The primary advantages of the HTC Purification CO2 capture Systems are:

  • Designed to significantly reduce the cost of CO2 Capture, through the proprietary custom simulation software
  • Modular design using oilfield techniques In a factory setting
  • Designed to reduce waste disposal and minimize amount of water and utilities utilized.
  • Reduction in energy usage
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