Executive Summary

Transforming
Biomass Waste Into
Low Carbon Intensity Fuels

Transforming
Biomass Residues Into
Low Carbon Intensity Fuels

Turning Low-Value Waste Streams Into
High-Value Green Resources

Turning Low-Value Waste Streams Into High-Value Green Resources

Turning Low-Value Waste Streams Into
High-Value Green Resources

Breakthrough technology implementations are required to address climate change and human-driven environmental impacts. The two-pronged challenge of managing human-driven waste and reducing mankind’s carbon footprint can be directly addressed with Steeper’s technology portfolio.

Steeper Energy has developed a proprietary version of hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL) called Hydrofaction®. It converts biomass waste streams into renewable and sustainable biocrude oil. This in turn can be further refined into renewable fuels compatible with all types of reciprocating and turbine engines, and energy infrastructure currently in use today. This technology supports decarbonization by dramatically reducing reliance on fossil fuels.

Waste streams from forestry, agriculture, animal, the biogenic portion of municipal solid waste (MSW), and much more, can all be processed using Hydrofaction®.

Breakthrough technology implementations are required to address climate change and human-driven environmental impacts. The two-pronged challenge of managing human-driven waste and reducing mankind’s carbon footprint can be directly addressed with Steeper’s technology portfolio.

Steeper Energy has developed a proprietary version of hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL) called Hydrofaction®. It converts biomass waste streams into renewable and sustainable biocrude oil. This in turn can be further refined into renewable fuels compatible with all types of reciprocating and turbine engines, and energy infrastructure currently in use today. This technology supports decarbonization by dramatically reducing reliance on fossil fuels.

Waste streams from forestry, agriculture, animal, the biogenic portion of municipal solid waste (MSW), and much more, can all be processed using Hydrofaction®.

Our Proprietary Solution for Converting Biomass Wastes is Proven and Ready to Deploy

The relative cost to achieve the conversion of a barrel of Hydrofaction® Oil is clearly dependent on many factors including site factors, cost of feedstock, and transportation, to list a few.  The range of costs is similar to the cost required to develop and produce a barrel of conventional oil in a new field in today’s fossil oil and gas industry. Steeper’s Hydrofaction® Oil value also benefits from higher prices due to carbon-reduction incentives which also vary considerably by jurisdiction.  Nevertheless, the underlying economics associated with Steeper’s Hydrofaction® technology supports the proliferation of Steeper processing plants in thousands of locations globally.

News Flash: Steeper signs MOU with Haldor Topsoe for the joint integration of Steeper’s Hydrofaction® Technology with Haldor Topsoe’s HydoFlex® Technology on global renewable fuel projects