Project description:

VulcanX Energy Corp., a spin-out from the University of British Columbia (UBC), has pioneered a patented technology aimed at producing hydrogen and solid carbon from natural gas pyrolysis (thermal cracking) with a focus on cost-efficiency and emissions reduction. The VulcanX technology utilizes molten metals operating at high temperatures to convert methane into hydrogen and solid carbon in an oxygen-free environment. The proposed Project centers on a Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) and Detailed Engineering Design of a pre-commercial hydrogen production plant. Additionally, it encompasses research and development efforts aimed at refining the technology and exploring potential applications for solid carbon.