yes, Svusol is made from captured co2 which is turned into fuel that process reduces the o2 concentration of the environment both atmospheric and in the ocean.
when that fuel is burned it returns the same amount of co2 as was captured in its production making it carbon neutral.
the processes for converting one hydrocarbon into another are well known and occur in todays oil refinery. the chemicals produced by the Savusol green refinery are chemically identical to fuels made from oil and gas. so the answer is that a Savusol green refinery can produce any kind of fuel
there are many techniques for capturing carbon from the well known cryogenic methods to newer chemical capture processes.Savusol is not introducing a new carbon capture technology.
the Savusol green refineries will l utilize the best carbon capture technique available at that time.
several carbon capture projects have failed due to unrealistic goal and processes. many of these projects were attempts to capture carbon in a nearly equal to that produced by a nearby power plant using excess energy created by that power plant. this is a completely unrealistic goal. simple physics tells you it will take more energy to capture the carbon than was produced in its release. excess energy will never be enough to neutralize the co2 output of a power plant
the Savusol green refinery solves the energy input problem. Subsea geothermal energy is an untapped unlimited source power to drive these system to capture carbon, split water and process hydrocarbons into a variety of fuels.
the abundance of geothermal energy makes it economical to perform a variety chemical process. smeling sand into raw silicone and reacting that silicone with hydrogen split from water creates silane gas which is crucial in the manufacture of computer chips and solar panels, using clean geothermal energy to make Silane gas reduces the carbon footprint of many electronic technologies.