PROCESS Worldwide brings to you a snapshot of some of the most revolutionary technologies of this year. From major breakthrough technologies in steam methane reforming to solutions analyzing the composition of gas treating agents in real time, find out all the latest innovations making news here.
PROCESS Worldwide brings to you the ‘Top 10 plant engineering projects of October 2021’ from all over the world. Right from the Rotating Olefins Cracker technology advancing the energy transition of olefin production to Ineos investing more than 2 billion dollars on green hydrogen projects in Europe, find out all the projects making headlines here.
Technip Energies and Siemens Energy announced an exclusive agreement to jointly develop, commercialize, and license the Rotating Olefins Cracker technology to decarbonize olefin production processes. The ROC technology employs a dynamic reactor system that replaces conventional furnaces used for pyrolysis when manufacturing light olefins — the building blocks for chemical products used in everyday materials, from packaging to polymers.
Siemens Energy and Toray will jointly promote the development of the largest multi megawatt class PEM electrolysis in Japan under the Green Innovation Funding Program arranged by the Japanese Government. Toray’s new membrane technology will be used in the process. The companies aim to advance the technologies used in the production of green hydrogen by making use of renewable energy sources.
Siemens Energy has recently entered into a partnership agreement with International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena) and together both the companies aim at advancing the global energy transition based on renewable energy.
UPM-Kymmene’s biorefinery in Germany is claimed to be the first industrial-scale facility of its type to sustainably convert 100 % wood into bio-based mono-ethylene glycol, mono-propylene glycol and renewable functional fillers.