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A product made from petroleum is synthetic ethanol. An affiliate of Union Carbide produced synthetic alcohol for the first time in the late 1920s. Ethane, a petroleum byproduct, is hydrated with steam and a catalyst, such as phosphoric acid, to create synthetic ethanol.
With the use of coal, ethylene, a petroleum byproduct, and natural gas, synthetic ethanol may be produced easily. The price of coal-based synthetic ethanol was half that of cane-based ethanol.
Ethylene from petroleum may be converted into ethanol in just one step. The synthetic ethanol plant creates ethanol using ethylene, a petroleum byproduct.
The Global Synthetic ethanol market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
On the island of Réunion, Saint-Pierre, Albioma announced the commercial commissioning of the first peak-load combustion turbine (CT) using bioethanol as its primary fuel.
The CT runs on two types of fuel: bioethanol, which is made locally at the Rivière du Mât distillery by distilling sugarcane molasses, and diesel fuel, which is used to start the turbine.
To enable sugar plants in Maharashtra to convert sugar stock into ethanol, the state government of Maharashtra has requested authorization from the Indian Central government.
As part of an ongoing research and development relationship, the carbon transformation firm Twelve and the biotechnology company LanzaTech have converted CO2 emissions into ethanol.
On the invitation of the Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas of the Republic of India, the Minister of Mines and Energy of the Federative Republic of Brazil, paid an official visit to the Republic of India . A delegation of biofuels and auto industry leaders from the private sector went with the Minister.
In this context, they expressed satisfaction at the significant role that bilateral energy cooperation plays in deepening the strategic partnership between the two countries. The leaders reviewed the existing bilateral cooperation across the entire spectrum of the energy sector and committed to enhancing the beneficial partnership between the countries.
Reiterating their commitment to safeguard existing investments while encouraging further bilateral investments, the two sides acknowledged the significance of Indian companies’ substantial investment in the Brazilian oil and gas sector. The two sides expressed their willingness to expand the mutually beneficial trade in oil and its byproducts and emphasized how crucial it is. The Indian side expressed an interest in obtaining crude oil through special long-term contracts.
As an important vertical of the global transition to a low carbon future, the two sides acknowledged the enormous potential for collaboration between the two nations to scale up international production and use of sustainable bioenergy and biofuels. In this context, they agreed that bilateral bioenergy cooperation should be strengthened.
In order to achieve this, the two parties agreed to collaborate on the formation of an Indian-Brazilian Alliance for Bioenergy and Biofuels.The two ministers went over a long list of activities and initiatives that have been carried out on a bilateral and international level in the biofuels sector over the past few years.
These activities and initiatives include the exchange of technical visits, the two editions of the Brazil-India Ethanol Talks, the Symposium on Aviation Biofuels, the launch of the Joint Working Group on Bioenergy Cooperation, the Roundtable on India-Brazil Collaboration in Biofuels in the Automobile Sector, and other similar events.
They also mentioned the bilateral coordination that took place within the G-20 on Climate and Energy, the BRICS Energy Ministerial, the Biofuture Platform, the Clean Energy Ministerial, the Mission Innovation initiative, and the IBSA joint Working Group on Energy. They also mentioned the work that was done in conjunction with the United Nations High-Level Dialogue on Energy.
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