Why synthetic petroleum could be key to decarbonisation


It’s an age-old science proven in photosynthesis and the engineering feats of previous decades – and Zero Petroleum believes synthetic hydrocarbon fuels could hold the key to near-term decarbonisation.

Zero Petroleum is a new enterprise dedicated to the production of ‘net-zero’ petroleum-based products.

The company is the brainchild of Paddy Lowe, co-founder and Director, and formerly the executive director of the Mercedes Formula One (F1) team, and his business partner Professor Nilay Shah, Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College.

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