The Synthetic Fuels Revolution
SynSel is a developer, technology integrator, and owner/operator of biorefineries in the USA and Canada. High quality synthetic biofuels similar to fossil gasoline, diesel, and aviation fuel are produced but have a significantly better carbon footprint. The biofuels also do not have the limitations faced by ethanol and bio-diesel. SynSel sells its biofuels on the commodity market to maximize returns.
SynSel biorefineries also serve as the anchors to future SynSel Enviro Industrial Parks where process waste byproducts are reused to create value-add products and services. As a result, communities previously devastated by the closure of pulp and paper mills become resilient by way of job creation and energy security.
To be a leading producer of Second-Generation Drop-in Renewable Biofuels using environmentally friendly and sustainable technology.
Deploy 100 plants with environmentally friendly and sustainable biofuel solutions to generate strong returns, enhance US Energy Security, revitalize communities through job creation, mitigate waste, and provide an integral component in combating Climate Change though dramatic reductions in carbon pollution.
SynSel integrates leading edge technology solutions to deploy in its biorefineries and Enviro Industrial Parks.
SynSel incorporates end-to-end processes and procedures to ensure environmentally-friendly and sustainable biomass and fuel solutions.
SynSel helps communities often disrupted by plant closures to regain resiliency and economic freedom through job creation.
SynSel produces biofuel solutions that reduce emissions, utilize renewable resources, and recycle waste byproducts.
SynSel reduces fire risk to communities by working with forest management services. Producing biofuel from otherwise vulnerable biomass waste.
SynSel leverages non-food, renewable biomass feedstocks to produce biofuels that align with US Department of Defense objectives, meet market demand, and reduce dependency on petroleum-based products.
SynSel works with leading energy and academic institutions to promote our higher-science and greener solutions to legacy market-based alternatives to transportation fuels.