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Carbon Clean achieves fabrication milestone on FlagshipONE with the project’s first carbon capture unit module

Carbon Clean, a leader in revolutionizing carbon capture solutions, has achieved a fabrication milestone on Ørsted’s FlagshipONE project, Europe’s largest commercial-scale eMethanol facility under construction.

LyondellBasell to build integrated plastic waste recycling hub in Germany

LyondellBasell has secured a location for an integrated plastic waste recycling hub south of an existing industrial park in Knapsack, Germany, signing a land lease agreement with YNCORIS GmbH & Co. KG. The hub is planned to combine various advanced sorting and recycling operations, helping to address the plastic waste challenge and grow the circular economy.

U.S. Treasury Department issues new guidance for SAF tax incentives, boosting high-emitting crop-based biofuels

U.S. Treasury Department issues new guidance for SAF tax incentives, boosting high-emitting crop-based biofuels

Ineos shuts down Canadian unit for maintenance after chemical leak

INEOS confirmed in a statement that it had shut down the Sarnia plant for maintenance and to address an unspecified mechanical issue and did not address the extent or cause of the chemical release.

thyssenkrupp Uhde completes EnviNOx project for Dyno Nobel in Australia

thyssenkrupp Uhde and Dyno Nobel have successfully completed the nitrous oxide abatement project in Moranbah, Australia with the successful commissioning of thyssenkrupp Uhde’s highly effective EnviNOx technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at Dyno Nobel’s nitric acid plant in Moranbah, Australia.

Biden administration (U.S.) to release SAF tax credit model

The Biden administration (U.S.) is expected to release a climate model for its SAF subsidy program, two sources familiar with the matter said.

Optimization for the trigeneration of industrial waste

University of Nottingham Malaysia, Center for Green Technologies: Chua, X. Y.  |  Foo, D.C.Y.  |  Ramanath, T.

Many corporations are moving toward sustainable operations for their processes. One alternative pathway to reduce fossil fuels consumption in a processing plant is through harvesting waste heat from industrial waste through combined heat and power (CHP), or what is commonly known as cogeneration or polygeneration.

The concern of CO emissions

Fluor: Chaudhuri, D.  |  Gupta, V.  |  Kumar, V. S.

No refinery can operate without hydrogen (H<sub>2</sub>) because it is needed in all hydroprocessing technologies to remove sulfurous impurities and produce products at the correct specifications. With each passing day, the importance of H<sub>2</sub> in refineries is increasing as crude oil gets heavier and more sour while product specifications are simultaneously getting tighter.

Wartsila secures China’s largest-ever methanol newbuild order

Technology group Wärtsilä will supply the methanol-fueled auxiliary engines for five new container vessels for COSCO Shipping Lines Co., Ltd and seven new container vessels for Orient Overseas Container Line.

Honeywell Technology helping to produce SAF with lower cost and waste

Honeywell announced its hydrocracking technology can be used to produce SAF from biomass, helping to make SAF that is 90% less carbon intensive than traditional fossil-based jet fuels.