The LEEBio™ process refines all the components of lignocellulosic biomass into 3 major and recoverable products: cellulose, lignin and hemicelluloses.

Each LEEBio™ industrial unit will be able to supply existing industrial sites capable of transforming them into commercial products without changing their production and distribution methods.

The versatility and flexibility of the LEEBio™ process are key elements for decarbonizing all current industries, including energy, fuels and chemicals.

The LEEBio™ process extracts cellulose (fibrous pulp), hemicelluloses (syrup), lignin (powder) from all types of lignocellulosic biomass with very good yields & high degree of purity.

Adaptation to existing industrial units requires the construction of a factory capable of processing annually, and at least, 300 000 tonnes of lignocellulosic raw materials.

The LEEBio™ process allows the development of 4 existing business models with the innovative use of cellulose for the production of:

Synthetic fuels
Unbleached paper pulp

Lignin and hemicelluloses will be separated and then intended to be transformed for the chemical and materials industries.

These industries will benefit from an easily reduced carbon footprint by incorporating these bioproducts into their existing sites without changing their production and distribution methods to their customers.



From an industrial unit which will process at least 300 kT/year (dry) of lignocellulosic biomass, it could be produced from cellulose:


-> 40 kT/year of green liquid hydrocarbons, or
-> 134 kT/year of green methanol, or
-> 14 kT/year of green Hydrogen


In addition, each of these productions will generate biogenic and recoverable CO2.


The production of syngas from cellulose paves the way for the fossil decarbonization of all existing industries with minimal modification to commercial sites.

Based on current market prices, in direct competitiveness with oil, 1 ton of lignocellulosic biomass will be able to generate high value-added products, green energies and sustainable fuels.

Biomass producers as well as all current industries will be at the center of the energy transition thanks to the NCCSU™ in perfect integration with their commercial activities.