ESTABLISHED 2001

Design and Developed by Jupiter Oxygen

We develop and research everyday use of Oxy-Fuel Combustion

Jupiter Oxygen is a recognized leader in the development, application and use of oxy-fuel technology worldwide. Jupiter’s expertise lies in its continued research, development and everyday use of oxy-fuel combustion. Experimenting and developing the patented oxy-fuel process began in the mid-1990’s as a way to cut fuel costs and lower emissions at an aluminum recycling and manufacturing business and a patent licensee. Jupiter’s technology has been in use at the aluminum plant since 1997, and is now emerging as the most promising environmental control technology for use in both coal and gas fired electric power plants.

Dietrich Gross
Chairman and CEO
Jupiter Oxygen Corporation

Jupiter Oxygen Corporation(JOC) has developed technologies for industrial energy efficiency and cost effective carbon capture from fossil fuel power plants. Jupiter Oxygen has worked for a decade with experts from the National Energy Technology Laboratory(NETL) of the US Department of Energy to develop clean fossil energy solutions, with a focus on retrofitting existing coal fired power plants. JOC's high flame temperature oxy-combustion technology, combined with the NETL's Integrated Pollutant Removal™ system, enables the capture oof 95%-100% of CO₂, and the elimination of key pollutants(NOx, SOx, PM, mercury). Jupiter Oxygen Corporation holds and maintains patent rights to this joint clean technology development. JOC's unique technologies can be a critical part of strategic alliances for the financing and management of successful carbon capture and utilisation projects. Jupiter Oxygen is engaged in demonstration project activites in the US, China, India and Mexico.

Jupiter Oxygen's Network and Membership

Sargent and Lundy

 

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Power Engineers

 

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Electric Power Research Council

 

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Carbon Utilization and Research Council

 

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Reaction Engineering International

 

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Advanced Resources International, Inc.

 

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Sirios Engineering & Consulting, Inc

 

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University of Wyoming Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute

 

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