Graforce Tackling Flare Gas Waste with Methane Electrolysis

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The process used, called plasmalysis, converts methane into hydrogen and solid carbon.

Graforce garnered recognition at the Petronas Race2Decarbonise event for its methane electrolysis technology (plasmalysis) in the "Gas Flaring Reduction or Elimination" category. This competition focuses on expediting the progress of low-carbon solutions and curbing greenhouse gas emissions. Plasmalysis transforms methane and other hydrocarbons, which were previously vented or flared, into hydrogen and solid carbon. As a result, this technology serves as an alternative to traditional carbon capture and storage methods.