Sustainable solutions

We develop and build pilot plants for CO2 capture and recovery. Knowledge institutions and innovative companies approach us to translate their innovations from conceptual design to sustainable solutions. Together we develop solutions to reduce the CO2 footprint, lower the associated costs of CO2 emissions and close carbon cycles.

In addition to (pilot) plants for CO2 capture, we also develop and construct plants for liquefaction (liquefying CO2) and for the production of renewable chemicals and synthetic fuels based on CO2.

Carbon Capture

Carbon capture technology captures CO2 emissions from industrial processes and power generation for storage or use (CCUS). The addition of a CO2 capture system increases circularity while simultaneously generating additional revenue. Processes become CO2 neutral or even CO2 negative.


We provide amine-based CO2 absorption technology. Our design helps reduce degradation of amines and minimize amine consumption. At the same time, we have integrated an effective recovery solution for HSS (heat stable salts) into the plant design. We also design your plant with a proper solvent emission and degradation management strategy to maximize emissions control. Our design can be easily adapted to any flue gas flow.


We develop pilot and demo plants and can also analyze and solve problems in existing capture plants.


Liquefaction technology

Brusche Process Technology wants to contribute to closing carbon chains. The first step is to capture the CO2. Liquefying it for safe and efficient transport to parties who use the CO2 to produce basic chemicals is the next step.

CO2 liquefaction is the process of converting gaseous CO2 into a liquid state. This is done by compressing the gas at high pressure, then cooling it to low temperature.


We provide turnkey solutions and customization for cost-efficient CO2 liquefaction. Our innovative technology is designed to recover nearly 100 percent pure CO2 from a CO2-rich gas stream and cost-effectively liquefy it.


The certified liquid CO2 is food grade. This makes liquefaction an important step in the process of capture, storage and reuse (CCS and CCU).

Methanol, the LOGIC choice!

Increasing renewable electricity production requires a reliable, flexible and efficient storage method. Methanol is a versatile and attractive option for storing electrical energy in an easily transportable liquid.


Methanol can be produced from fully renewable feedstocks: CO2, hydrogen and electricity. It can be used directly in fuel cells, but can also be used as a gasoline or diesel substitute. Both ethylene and propylene can also be produced from methanol and from synthesis gas. The LOGIC project aims to scale up a reactor for methanol synthesis from CO2 and renewable hydrogen, a new concept for methanol production.
Compared to conventional methanol production technology, the LOGIc (Liquid Out, Gas In Concept) saves on both equipment investment and energy consumption.