Jet fuel from CO2

Our mission is to enable future generations the continued use of hydrocarbon fuels but without their climate impact.

Even in a net zero world,
we will still need hydrocarbons

Due to climate change we can't keep using fossil fuels, so where will we get these hydrocarbons from?

Biofuels have well-known issues at scale.

The solution is to make them from carbon dioxide (CO2)

Learn more about the need for hydrocarbons here
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We combine CO₂ with H₂ from water and renewable electricity, producing lower carbon and eventually circular fuels, chemicals, and biodegradable plastics.

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Look familiar?
This is the future of truly circular technological advancements.

One where people can fly, use household chemicals and buy disposable and biodegradable plastic products without concerns about their impact on climate change or waste disposal.

Our patented, one-step technology offers a radically cost-effective solution, converting CO2 and H2 directly into jet fuel range hydrocarbons.

OXCCU's technology consolidates the traditional e-hydrocarbons production process from a two-step Reverse Water Gas Shift (RWGS) and Fischer Tropsch (F-T) reaction to a one-step catalytic conversion.

Learn more about our proprietary technology
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Long-distance fuels

Where energy density requirements are far beyond batteries

Chemical flasks

Petrochemical products

Where carbon forms the backbone of household products

Plastic containers

Biodegradable plastic

Products which enable the continued use of the material

Long distance fuels

Aviation fuel made from CO2.

Petrochemical and biodegradable plastic products

Turning CO2 into valuable synthesis gas.

We are proud to be affiliated with the following institutions, programmes and funders

Towards a world of carbon-neutral flights, chemicals and plastics.

At OXCCU, we are at the forefront of scientific advancement, shaping the future of sustainable energy production.

The company was spun out from the University of Oxford in 2021 by co-founders Andrew Symes and Jane Jin, and is underpinned by scientific breakthroughs published in top-tier scientific journals by the academic founders, Professor Peter Edwards, Dr Tiancun Xiao and Dr Benzhen Yao.

50% less CAPEX
Simplified, modular flowsheet with no dedicated RWGS or expensive hydrocracker reactors
Higher E-SAF Yields
Industry leading E-SAF yields higher than competitive processes combined with flexibility to produce more E-naphtha

Interested in finding out more about OXCCU and our technologies?