Syngas treatment

Organic feedstocks can be converted into synthetic gas (syngas) through a variety of processes, including steam reforming and partial oxidation. The main components of syngas are hydrogen and carbon monoxide. Syngas is a very versatile gas because it can be converted into high-value streams such as chemicals, pure hydrogen, liquid fuels, or power.


In addition to hydrogen and carbon monoxide, syngas will also contain varying amounts of CO2 and may be contaminated with H2S depending on the feedstock.


The exact requirements for the acid gas removal unit are very case specific and must be evaluated on an individual basis.

Eastman’s answer

Eastman AdapT solvents are tailored for many of these sub-applications and can meet stringent specifications