A collaboration between two climate companies to use low-carbon methanol as a hydrogen carrier [ROCKLEDGE, FL and BEND, OR, FEBRUARY 20, 2024] (Businesswire)- M2X Energy, a startup company with a proprietary process technology that converts stranded gas into low-carbon methanol, and Element 1 Corp, a global leader in advanced hydrogen generation systems for the fuel… Continue reading M2X Energy & Element 1 Corp Partner to Demonstrate New Pathway To Hydrogen From Stranded Gas, Through Methanol Carrier
ROCKLEDGE, Fla. – M2X Energy, a startup company with process technology that converts stranded natural gas into low-carbon methanol, and SCG Chemicals (SCGC), a leading petrochemicals company that is committed to developing sustainable chemicals and clean energy solutions, have strengthened their existing relationship by announcing a joint development program to optimize key chemical transformations within M2X’s modular… Continue reading M2X and SCGC Partner to Reduce Methane Emissions, Streamline Production of Methanol from Stranded Gas
The U.S. EPA announced the release of a landmark Final Rule at COP28 regulating methane emissions from oil & gas operations. Read about the rule here.
M2X’s modular gas-to-methanol plant has successfully completed its first field deployment, to an oil wellhead in the Bakken region of North Dakota. See pictures and read about our story in this Bloomberg article.
M2X’s modular gas-to-methanol plant has reached a key milestone and produced its first methanol. The company is currently performing test runs to qualify the system for its first field deployment. Read the full article here.
M2X Energy receives third-party verification of the carbon intensity of its methanol by SCS Global Services based on the GREET methodology. Learn more about our carbon-negative methanol from flare gas at SCS’s Certified Green Products Guide.
Redshift by Autodesk profiles M2X Energy and their work towards a decarbonized future. Read the full article here.
M2X partners with Argonne to apply high performance computing to understand and optimize the complex chemistry and physics inside the piston engines used for reforming natural gas. Read the full article here.
M2X CEO Max Pieri, VP of Business Development Diana Alcala, and CTO Josh Browne attended CERAWeek 2023 in Houston, TX, and presented at the Innovation Agora. Watch the full presentation here.
M2X CSO Paul Yelvington co-authors an invited, perspective article on engine reformers for modular, distributed chemical production for a special issue of Applications in Energy and Combustion Science. Read the open-access article here.