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  • Carbon Capture and Storage

    Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies aim to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from power plants and heavy industry before transporting it by pipeline or ship and storing it underground in, for example, empty oil and gas fields. The driver behind this method is to reduce the mass of CO2 that enters the atmosphere and contributes to global warming and ocean acidification. The technology can be used in energy production facilities, and other industrial processes, wherever ...

  • CO2 reduction in fried equipment

    Fired heaters emit millions of tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) every year. Fired heaters usually have a fuel efficiency well below 100%, so any improvements that making them more efficient reduces CO2. Heaters are currently fuelled by carbon-bearing refinery fuel gas or natural gas, so further CO2 reduction is possible by changing to fuels with less carbon content. With the ever-changing regulatory climate, enacting an emissions reduction plan can provide a strategic advantage ...

  • Enabling Power-to-X Transformations

    For efficient efuels and chemicals production. Our strategy is for a world that is cleaner and healthier, today and for future generations. As the chemical industry embarks on its net-zero journey, we will apply our expertise in decarbonisation and circularity to provide enabling solutions.   This fast paced market requires low risk technologies that can be deployed at scale. Feedstock efficiency, low technology risk, and optimised project execution are key for successful ...

  • Hydrogen as a renewable fuel

    Governments and businesses are increasingly committed to steep decarbonization targets, establishing hydrogen as a key component in the energy transition. As of this writing, McKinsey reports that 64 countries, representing 89% of global CO2 emissions, have made net-zero pledges, while financial institutions and private sector enterprises also continue to increase their decarbonization aspirations. Going forward, the energy mix is projected to shift toward clean electricity, complemented ...

  • Hydrogen fuel conversion in fired equipment

    Organizations are facing unprecedented challenges in achieving their strategic climate goals. Now is the time to evaluate options for hydrogen refuelling, efficiency improvements, and novel methods of CO2 reduction in fired heaters and boilers. You can reduce carbon footprints by refuelling fired equipment with hydrogen or ammonia. When planning a refuelling effort there is much more to consider than just the Wobbe Index and combustion performance. The system will experience ...

  • Johnson Matthey - About us

    Johnson Matthey is a global leader in sustainable technologies that enable a cleaner and healthier world. With over 200 years of sustained commitment to innovation and technological breakthroughs, we improve the performance, function and safety of our customers’ products. Our science has a global impact in areas such as low emission transport, energy, chemical processing and making the most efficient use of the planet’s natural resources. Today about 15,000 Johnson Matthey ...

  • 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 ...

  • PAC solutions for ethanol

    Ethanol is the most mature among major renewable fuels and has the highest global consumption, with the US and Brazil being the top two consumers. Ethanol, when blended into gasoline, oxygenates the fuel and offers a proven solution for reducing transportation-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It is a clean, cost-effective way to improve the octane of gasoline or motor fuel, helping the engines to run more efficiently. As in the case of some other biofuels like FAME, high ...

  • PAC solutions for sustainable aviation fuel

    The aviation industry is determined to develop sustainable solutions to produce cost-competitive, high-yield jet fuel with minimal environmental impact. Countries throughout North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific are currently at different stages in developing guidelines that will mandate the use of sustainable aviation fuel. Today, the global aviation industry produces about 2% of all human-induced CO2 emissions. Transitioning to sustainable aviation fuel could help reduce ...

  • Platts Energy Transition Service

    A renewed focus to solve your business challenges. Environmental, Social and Governance initiatives span many of the markets served by S&P Global. Platts is focused on the E in ESG, and how the energy transition is impacting all the commodity markets we cover. The Energy Transition refers to the shift towards the sustainable production and consumption of commodities to lower carbon pathways. This encompasses renewable power, hydrogen and biofuels, and abatement techniques ...

  • Unrivalled combustion expertise - Superior heat transfer solutions

    XRG Technologies is an innovative engineering and procurement firm specializing in fired equipment for the refining, petrochemical, and power markets. We collaborate with our partners to solve complex problems and manage projects from concept to completion. Our staff of industry experts will partner with you and function as your outside engineering support team. We have brought together a team of burner, fired heater, boiler, flare, vapor recovery and thermal oxidizer experts ...

  • How turbomachinery can support decarbonization

    With the hydrocarbon processing industry’s efforts to decarbonize, hydrogen and Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) have further moved into focus as viable alternatives for transforming existing energy markets. Both hydrogen and CO2 provide ample opportunities to be used in hydrocarbon processes either in molecular form or as feedstock. At the same time, the unique physical properties of both hydrogen and CO2 can make them a challenge for process equipment such as ...

  • Decarbonization with hydrogen solutions

    Demand for hydrogen is expected to increase up to ten-fold by 2050 when multiple industry reports predict 8-24% of the world’s final energy demand will be supplied by hydrogen. Hydrogen has a unique ability to address ‘hard-to-decarbonize’ sectors including refining, chemicals, steel, heating, long-haul transport, and long-term power storage – all of which currently produce significant CO2 emissions. To achieve this, hydrogen must be produced with significantly lower carbon ...

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