Nature only exists on the basis of catalytic processes. That is why gasification with the thermal destruction of flammable substances with a flammable residue of CO and H2 is a process with fatal side effects, i.e. against nature. This defends itself by forming multi-aromatics that glue and destroy all gasification plants. 

The catalytic processes, which are based on the energy supply of all animal and human existence, can only produce the complex monosaccharides for life from bread and other biomass at 36 ° C using catalysts. This has nothing to do with cracking and is absolutely environmentally friendly, but only possible with catalysts. These are simple and also the basis of osmosis in the plant world, namely the cationic aluminum silicates with the addition of limestone to bind the acid generators. Nobody researched and copied this process and protected it until today than I did. The reason is not the price of the process, because it is cheap, but the fear of other scientists to deal with the complex field of catalysts. You don’t succeed as a tea-drinking professor, but only with the persistence to learn from nature.

However, catalytic processes only work if all molecules are covered with the catalyst during the reaction. Hence the „mixing turbine“. Without such intensive mixing, there is simply no such simple, economical and perfect process. Whoever has the mixing turbine owns the CO2-free future.

Now for our strategic program for Indonesia. Indonesia would be independent of imports with 135 million tons of fuel. Therefore, you suggest that we achieve import dependency through 3 measures:

  1. Conversion of all palm oil residues from the production of 17 million tons of palm oil. The unused residues such as EFB and other residues result in at least 45 million tons of diesel or gasoline or both via the CCC.
  2. The coal that is intended for the CCC and can be converted into diesel or petrol and the fertilizers with a low loss is also 45 million tons and 
  3. The vegetable residues of food production and the necessary removal of the undergrowth to avoid the forest fires, also brings 45 million tons of CO2-free green fuel.

With these measures, the country is largely CO2-free in emissions and completely independent of mineral imports.

The CO2 balance is then as follows:

135 million tons of fuel consumption and 100 million tons of coal burning for power generation result in:

424.3 million tons of CO2 from the fuel and 157 million CO2 from the combustion of coal = 580 million tons of CO2 will be used to burn 45 million tons of fuel from the fuel of the coal = 141 million tons of CO2. These measures therefore lead to a 76% reduction in CO2 emissions.

Only when the 45 million tons from coal-to-fuel production have been replaced by biomass conversion will complete CO2 freedom be achieved. On the other hand, the production of the 45 million tons of diesel from coal results in 4 million tons of catalyst and 8 million tons of fertilizer, which is very important in the beginning to start the program.