Companies join forces to develop carbon-negative bioenergy facility

Design work recently began on a planned bioenergy facility that will convert biomass into a synthetic gas, combine that gas with pure oxygen in a combustion process similar to that developed by the aerospace industry to propel rockets, and then use the resulting steam to power turbines to generate electricity. Significantly, however, the facility will also capture essentially all carbon dioxide that results from its electricity generation process and sequester it far below-ground.

To be located in the tiny city of Mendota, California, in the state’s Central Valley, the facility is backed by such deep-pocketed investors as the energy

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