Fortescue and Prumo to build green hydrogen plant in Brazil
Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has finalised a preliminary deal with Prumo Logistica to jointly develop green hydrogen plant in Brazil.
Sibur may draw money from Russian wealth fund for Amur gas complex
Russian petrochemicals company Sibur may draw money from Russia’s National Wealth Fund for its Amur Gas chemical complex.
Air Liquide to build air separation unit in Netherlands
French industrial gas producer Air Liquide has announced plans to build the first world-scale air separation unit (ASU) for oxygen production with an energy storage system at Port of Moerdijk in the Netherlands.
Saudi Arabia’s NEOM signs deal for $5bn green hydrogen project
NEOM, a planned economic zone in Saudi Arabia, has signed an agreement with Air Products and ACWA Power for a $5bn green hydrogen-based ammonia production facility.
June’s top news stories
Sinopec installed hydrogenation reactor in Zhoushan, China, Borealis receiveed propylene splitter at propane dehydrogenation plant, EcoCatalytic expanded ethylene production process to reduce emissions and more. Chemicals-technology.com wraps up top news stories of June 2020.
Air Products partners with thyssenkrupp for green hydrogen projects
US-based industrial gases firm Air Products has signed a strategic cooperation agreement (SCA) with thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers to develop projects supplying green hydrogen.
Borealis receives propylene splitter at propane dehydrogenation plant
Borealis has announced a key milestone with the arrival of the propylene splitter at its propane dehydrogenation (PDH) plant located in Kallo, Belgium.
Containment as the Solution to Avoid Exceeding Occupational Exposure Limits
Health and safety is of critical importance in every industry, but especially so in the Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries where a multitude of risks present themselves on a daily basis.