The LEEBIO™ process allows the extraction of high quality products from lignocellulosic wastes (woods, cereal straws, miscanthus, palm, etc.)

These products are cellulose, hemicelluloses syrup, lignin and silica.

They will be extracted with a constant quality

The use of sulfur-free cellulose to generate a clean syngas and decarbonize existing industries is our innovation


Lignin, hemicellulose syrup and silica will be separated without degradation

These are green chemicals with high added values integrating existing industries without changing processing technologies

Cellulose is an intermediate product, an energy vector and a carbon-free source for:

Green hydrogen
Synthetic Fuels & Biofuels
Carbon-free methane and syngas

Raw cellulose is well-known as a sustainable and non-food source of unbleached paper pulp and low-carbon biofuels


By using LEEBIO™ process, whatever the starting raw material, cellulose becomes a energy carrier able to generate a constant and renewable source of syngas for many energy commodities

Unlike biomass, cellulose is the source of a clean syngas because it is free of contaminants such as Sulfur, Nitrogen and Chlorine 


This “cellulosic syngas” can be converted into green Natural Gas, Green Hydrogen or into Fischer-Tropsch sustainable synthetic fuels

(SAF, gasoline, diesel, etc.)

The LEEBIO™ process fits into the concept of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) as a solution to generate sustainable products, fuels and energies from photosynthesis


The energy transition must follow a progressive path of substituting fossil based fuels & products by renewable ones without changing existing infrastructures


We consider it as the NCCSU™ concept


This is why the concept of oil refining is critical to be applied to vegetal refining in order to produce our common fuels and products but the decisive points that they originate from renewable sources