Dr. Christian Koch started his research and work with the technology from the Nobel Prize. From 1973, he started working at Siemens until the research institute eventually closed down. During the time, we received a patent instead of a redundancy payment to continue his research and development the technology on his own.
He focused heavily on R&D into the end products and the industrial manufacturing equipment. The research results made it apparent that it was possible to transform even brown coal into diesel oil.

Eventually, he successfully pioneered and invented the Catalytic Pressureless Depolymerization (CPD) process and identified the natural catalyst in biomasses. With persistence, he perfected the technology which became capable of converting any organic materials into useful fossil-like liquid in just a matter of minutes instead of 175 million years.