December 2021

Special Focus: Catalysts

The phosphorus trap is renewed

One of today’s hottest industry topics is renewable fuels.

Robledo, S. A., Haldor Topsoe

One of today’s hottest industry topics is renewable fuels. Driven by the desire for a sustainable future, governments are enacting legislation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In the U.S., Renewable Fuel Standard 2 (RSF 2) requires refineries to blend 36 Bgal of renewable fuel into the country’s total transportation fuel consumption by 2022. In Europe, Renewable Energy Directive II (RED II) requires all EU countries to ensure that at least 14% of their transport fuels come from renewable sources by 2030. A few companies are now starting to embark on technology offerings for this growing market segment. The four key elements to consider when commissioning a renewable fuels unit are: Fe

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