Development of new concept methanol reactor

Brusche partner in ISPT LOGIC project

08 March 2022

Our industry has a huge need for carbon-based energy and materials. How do we transform carbon from single-use to circular use? Without carbon emissions, at low cost and on an industrial scale?

ISPT’s Circular Carbon Program aims to develop viable pathways for circular carbon use in carbon-intensive industries. During the Circular Carbon Strategy Day that ISPT’s Carol Xiao and Antonie de Haas organized for partners and stakeholders on April 20, PhD student Tim van Schagen and Andy Roeloffzen presented and discussed their strong belief in the potential of green methanol gained from the technology developed within the LOGIC project.

The LOGIC project aims to scale up the Liquid-Out Gas-In Concept reactor for methanol synthesis from CO2 and sustainable hydrogen. After a proof-of-principle reactor was successfully built and tested at the University of Twente, Brusche Process Technology became a partner of the project in March 2022. We were entrusted with translating the intended reactor model into a fully operational and scalable reactor. Now the first methanol has been produced with the new reactor and the results are promising! To learn more about the LOGIC project, visit

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