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  • Ethylene Decarbonisation

    Reducing CO2 emissions of ethylene plants, by energy efficiency, electrification, use of hydrogen and carbon capture. A long history of innovating to improve ethylene plant performance For over 50 years, Technip Energies has been a leading provider in the licensing, design and Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of ethylene plants. Our teams have designed and built some of the largest and most complex ethylene crackers in the world. Over the years, through innovations ...

  • Fast pyrolysis bio-oil technology and production

    Sustainable, bio-based solutions for the heat, power, biofuels and chemicals industries. Delivering safe, sustainable, quality projects With more than 50 years of experience gained through involvement in 30 grassroots refineries and more than 100 expansion projects, Technip Energies is a leader in the refining industry. The company’s portfolio of technologies includes proprietary refining technologies and equipment for catalytic cracking, and the recovery of refinery offgas ...

  • Johnson Matthey - About us

    Our planet is a multifaceted and fast-changing place. With a growing and ageing population and a clear shift towards urban living, governments and consumers are increasingly concerned about air quality and people’s health. And with supplies of natural resources under ever increasing pressure, their sustainable use has never been higher on the agenda. Against this backdrop, organisations want to knowhow they can improve the efficiency, effectiveness and sustainable impact ...

  • Johnson Matthey licensed processes

    A portfolio of advanced process technologies for global markets. Johnson Matthey (JM) develops and licenses proprietary process technologies. We also offer collaborating companies an extensive range of technology development, process design and engineering skill. For over thirty years JM has been engaged in innovative DAVY™ licensing development. Our comprehensive expertise of catalysis and reaction engineering has been tailored to the production of a wide range of chemicals ...

  • OGCI sets out roadmap to decarbonise refining

    A new study from the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) has identified a pathway to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the refining sector by using low-carbon electricity instead of fossil fuels to power some equipment. Decarbonising the downstream sector, which includes refineries and chemical facilities, will play an important role in reaching a net zero emissions future. It also forms a key pillar of OGCI’s strategy to reach net zero emissions from ...

  • Transition to net zero: steps to decarbonize the oil refining industry

    A review of the solutions being employed by oil refineries to reduce their Scope 1, 2, and 3 greenhouse gas emissions. Despite improvements in vehicle fuel economy, increasing adoption of hybrids, and EVs, petroleum- based fuel demand continues to grow, at least in the short- to mid-term! In general, demand is generated from population growth and increased car ownership, and both are increasing. However, during the pandemic, people concerned about health moved around less. Consequently, ...

  • Applying Crude to Chemicals: Technologies for effective petrochemicals production

    With the consumption of petrochemicals increasing globally and the demand for transportation fuels under pressure from energy transition initiatives, refiners are being driven to optimize their facilities and explore revenue streams outside of the traditional transportation fuel value chains. There are several alternatives and methodologies to capture additional value from crude oil through conversion into petrochemicals to consider. This webcast covers: - How to convert a ...