One of the strategies to improve environmentally friendly energy harvesting can be realized by using biomass as a primary energy source for generating electricity and H2. In addition, high energy efficiency can be achieved by minimizing the exergy loss through process integration and exergy recovery. As an implementation, this study proposes a cogeneration system for black liquor (BL) to co-produce electricity and H2. The system primarily comprises of BL drying, circulating fluidized bed gasification, syngas chemical looping (SCL), and power generation. The Aspen Plus V8.8 software package is used for modelling and performing calculations of the proposed integrated system. Furthermore, thermodynamic analysis of gasification is performed by employing Gibbs energy minimization. The effects of target solid content on the required total work and compressor outlet pressure during drying and gasification with different steam-to-fuel ratios are evaluated. Moreover, the SCL process adopts three reactors, namely, the reducer, oxidizer, and combustor. Compared to the conventional processes, the integrated drying-gasification-SCL processes are significantly cleaner and more energy efficient. The proposed integrated system can achieve a net energy efficiency of about 70 %, with almost 100 % carbon capture.