Read the new energy thriller by CRH founder and CEO, Arj Mukherjee
The thrilling story of a man who dares to change the world by creating a future beyond oil
Ricky grows up to fulfill his childhood dream of becoming a chemical engineer. Exploiting his innate intelligence and resolute work ethic, he rises to spectacular heights of fame and wealth in the oil industry. But he cannot escape a conscience that is deeply troubled by the harm to the planet caused by the use of oil and other fossil fuels. Eventually, Ricky decides to cash out his fortune, settle down with the love of his life, and dedicate himself to working on a future beyond oil.
Alas, tragedy strikes, potentially derailing Ricky's utopian vision. In time, he finds his way back and, with sheer grit, determination, and some luck, develops a miraculous technology that is the Holy Grail of energy: a brand new, renewable substitute to oil with carbon dioxide serving as a raw feedstock. Ricky is completely unprepared for the ultimatum that emerges from powerful oil interests requiring him to either hand over his technology or face unambiguously grave consequences. Will Ricky buckle to the threat and save his own life but deny the world a future fate free of the inevitable cataclysmic forces of climate change? Can Ricky find another way out? Read The Carbon Sequester and take the suspenseful ride to the answer.
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CRH is a new and versatile class of clean hydrocarbons derived from WHySGO (pronounced, WIZ-go, the CRH-coined acronym for Wind, Hydro, Solar, Geothermal, Ocean) renewable energy.
CRH results in avoided CO2 emissions by chemically regenerating captured CO2, and chemically processing biomass, to hydrocarbon energy. A key objective of CRH is to impact the question of Greenhouse Gas emissions and climate change at a systemic scale and level.
In addition to its benefit to climate change, CRH helps to optimize the overall environmental footprint of the global energy sector via Reduction-at-Source of hydrocarbon energy production from current and traditional sources.
Chemically Renewable Hydrocarbons Corporation (CRH Corp.) has created and named after itself, a new type of energy called Chemically Renewable Hydrocarbons (CRH). CRH is a new class of hydrocarbon energy beyond Fossil Energy and Biofuels and, as such, represents the third class of hydrocarbon energy.
CRH is a class of synthetic hydrocarbons produced via the chemical processing of materials derived from low-value carbon that is inert, captured or recycled, examples being CO2 (inert), petroleum coke (captured) and organic waste (recycled). CRH is a versatile class of Clean Hydrocarbons, deriving its energy input from three key sources: industrial energy capture, off-peak electric power and WHySGO renewable energy.
CRH helps reduce atmospheric CO2 by chemically regenerating captured CO2 (from fossil energy use and other sources), and chemically processing biomass , into everyday-use hydrocarbon fuel and chemical products. In addition to its benefit to climate change by consuming CO2 , CRH reduces the overall environmental footprint of hydrocarbon energy production via reduction-at-source of fossil energy production. As such, CRH also helps the energy security of the world economy by providing a brand new supply source of highly valued hydrocarbon energy.
CRH is highly compatible with Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) initiatives, since CCS represents a source of raw material carbon for CRH Production, and CRH may be viewed as Carbon Capture and Utilization (CCU), an extension of CCS. CRH changes the CO2 paradigm from one of “Mitigation to Monetization”, by viewing the CO2 molecule as a valuable resource, rather than as an inconvenience resulting from fossil energy use. In so doing, the production of CRH via CCU creates economic value from the CO2 molecule that would otherwise not exist.
CRH harnesses and integrates individual technologies and solutions in an overarching framework for a unique new class of clean hydrocarbon energy. CRH represents a breakthrough in sustainable energy development, based on Chemical Science (man made chemistry) versus Life Science (biochemistry).