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22-02-2024

Proven decarbonisation pathway for sustainable biofuels and chemicals production from waste Webinar

(Webinar) - The flexibility to make use of varying waste streams as feedstocks to replace primary fossil resources is a common goal in operations today. You may be looking at sources such as woody and agricultural biomass, MSW, RDF, SRF, sewage sludge, or non-recyclable plastic to produce bio or circular chemicals or sustainable fuels: Bio Syngas, green hydrogen, SAF, sustainable maritime fuels, or BioMethanol. The key question is how to decarbonize these assets to meet sustainability and regulatory requirements? Hard-to-abate industries like refining, steel, cement, and petrochemicals need new operationally proven solutions for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) Scope 1 and 3 emissions.

In this free, one-hour webinar, GIDARA Energy presents an exclusive look at cutting-edge advances in waste to syngas technology that offer transformative improvements in decarbonizing hard-to-abate industries and operations.

Your attendance provides you with insights into:
 - Recent waste-to-syngas technology advances
 - How feedstock flexibility is achieved in a sustainable manner
 - Ways that waste valorization provides improved product quality and financial benefits
 - Implementation examples proving reliable operational performance with different waste streams
 - How GIDARA Energy technology compares with other alternatives

Register today to learn how GIDARA can help shape a greener, more efficient future for your refining or petrochemical, steel or cement operations while addressing waste-to-energy challenges and advancing the principles of the circular economy.

GIDARA technology experts will answer your questions during the session - REGISTER HERE

Presenters
Dr. Elyas M. Moghaddam
Head of Technology

Prof. Dr. Dobrin Toporov
Gasification Expert
(Previously Deputy Head Thyssen Krupp Uhde Gasification Technology)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Epple
Technical University Darmstadt

Free Registration
Reserve your free place today for Thursday 22 February
(All registered users will be sent a link to the On-Demand version)

You can view the on-demand WEBINAR HERE

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