heavy oil upgrading
h-tec heavy oil GmbH
Heavy Crude Oil/Vacuum Residue/Tar Sand
direct coal liquefaction (dcl)
h-tec coal GmbH
Bituminous Coal/Lignite Coal/Coal Tar/Biomass
60%+ liquid yield form coal
RESIDUE FREE SYNCRUDE, NAPHTHA, DIESEL, GASOLINE, JET
Who we are
Decades of Experiences in Slurry Hydrogenation Processes
We are the know-how Company for Deep Conversion Slurry Hydrogenation Technologies.
Our staff consists of keypersonnel who operated, engineered and optimized the German Bergius-Pier, IGOR and VCC processes.
Since 2001 we have supported various hydrogenation projects worldwide.
What we do
High Class Advice to the Design and Operation of Slurry Hydrogenation Processes
We deliver our know-how and expertise to deep conversion projects, which are all facing the same challenges:
Elevated process pressure
Elevated process temperature
Handling of Slurries
Starting with our participation in early feasibility studies and R&D programs, our services continue during all engineering phases and last until supporting the Start-up and operation phases.
Maximizing our Customer’s Profitability
High temperature and high pressure in combination with Slurries in cracking service result in huge challenges to the design and operation of Conversion Processes.
Our 30+years experiences and Know-how lower the CAPEX, OPEX and learning curve costs associated with Direct Coal Liquefaction and Heavy Oil Upgrading Projects.
Our participation ensures best performance in design, safety, reliability and operability of commercial scale Conversion Plants.
German Hydrogenation Technology
Demand for Conversion
The Hydrogenation Technology for Heavy Oil Upgrading and Coal Liquefaction was first developed and commercially introduced about 100 years ago in Germany. The two, still most famous technologies developed and commercially operated are the Fischer-Tropsch (FT) and the Slurry Hydrogenation I.G. Farben Process, developed by Mr. Bergius and Mr. Pier. The latter soon became the most important commercially operated Hydrogenation Process in Germany and is still today the basis for various other Slurry Hydrogenation Processes developments worldwide.
Last operated at the Kohleoel-Anlage Bottrop, the further developed Bergius-Pier Process demonstrated highest Conversion Rates in Heavy Oil Upgrading “VCC Process” and highest Liquid Yields in Coal Liquefaction mode “IGOR Process” with minimum environmental footprint.
Innovation Center IWG
Am Wiesenbusch 2
45966 Gladbeck Germany
(+49) 2043 944281