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Production of sustainable, advanced bio-ethANOL through an innovative gas-fermentation process using exhaust gases emitted in the STEEL industry

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transport    fuels    gas    fuel    ghg    bioethanol    steelanol    biofuel    emissions    reducing    ethanol    fermentation   

Project "STEELANOL" data sheet

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Coordinator
ARCELORMITTAL BELGIUM NV 

Organization address
address: KEIZERINLAAN 66
city: BRUSSEL
postcode: 1000
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 Coordinator Country Belgium [BE]
 Total cost 14˙560˙736 €
 EC max contribution 10˙192˙515 € (70%)
 Programme 1. H2020-EU.3.3.3.1. (Make bio-energy more competitive and sustainable)
 Code Call H2020-LCE-2014-2
 Funding Scheme /IA
 Starting year 2015
 Duration (year-month-day) from 2015-05-01   to  2018-10-31

 Partnership

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# participants  country  role  EC contrib. [€] 
1    ARCELORMITTAL BELGIUM NV BE (BRUSSEL) coordinator 6˙615˙000.00
2    PRIMETALS TECHNOLOGIES AUSTRIA GMBH AT (LINZ) participant 2˙170˙962.00
3    LANZATECH UK LTD UK (BRACKNELL) participant 1˙129˙258.00
4    ARCELORMITTAL MAIZIERES RESEARCH SA FR (SAINT DENIS) participant 198˙590.00
5    E4TECH (UK) LTD UK (LONDON) participant 78˙704.00

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 Project objective

The proposed STEELANOL project is based on producing bioethanol via an innovative gas fermentation process using exhaust gases emitted by the steel industry. The proposal addresses the specific topic “Demonstrating advanced biofuel technologies” (LCE-12– 2014), under the call for competitive low-carbon energy in Horizon2020.

The BF/BOF gaseous emissions are an unavoidable residue from the steelmaking process and are currently used for electricity production or being flared. Nevertheless, they can be advantageously used to produce bioethanol, thereby reducing the usage of fossil fuel molecules and thus significantly reducing GHG emissions. The bio-ethanol production would have a GHG impact that is over 65% lower compared to oil derived fuels STEELANOL’s main objective is to demonstrate the cost-effective production of sustainable bioethanol, with the purpose of assessing the valorisation of this ethanol biofuel as a fuel derivative for the transport sector. A demonstration plant of approximately 25,000 tons/ethanol per year will be built; the first of its kind in Europe, and the largest facility built to date utilizing this technology globally. ArcelorMittal is the lead partner of this project and proposal. The gas fermentation technology will be supplied by LanzaTech, the engineering work will be performed by Primetals, and E4Tech will develop the Life Cycle Assessment of the produced fuels. Several key players in the transport sector, Boeing, Virgin Atlantic, Mitsui, have expressed their strong interest and support for the project.

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