Albemarle, DuPont announce collaboration in hydroprocessing

Albemarle and DuPont announced their exclusive collaboration in licensing the IsoTherming hydroprocessing technology and providing aftermarket products and services.

Together, Albemarle and DuPont offer the global refining and mid-stream industries the unique IsoTherming solutions for hydrotreating and mild hydrocracking. (Image for illustration only)
Together, Albemarle and DuPont offer the global refining and mid-stream industries the unique IsoTherming solutions for hydrotreating and mild hydrocracking. (Image for illustration only)

Albemarle Corporation announced that it is the primary hydroprocessing catalyst manufacturer for the DuPont™ IsoTherming® hydroprocessing technology, making clean fuels production more cost efficient for refiners.

IsoTherming is an innovative hydroprocessing technology that can lower capital and operational costs. Albemarle and DuPont announced their exclusive collaboration in licensing the IsoTherming hydroprocessing technology and providing aftermarket products and services.

"We are excited to collaborate with DuPont in supporting the IsoTherming technology," said Annemie Donkers, vice president, Clean Fuels Technologies, at Albemarle. "We look forward to further development of our IsoTherming catalyst application know-how with DuPont, to meet our clients' most challenging process conditions."

Eli Ben-Shoshan, global business leader, DuPont Clean Technologies, commented: "Albemarle is a trusted catalyst manufacturer in the industry, which is why we pursued a partnership with them.  Together, we offer the global refining and mid-stream industries the unique IsoTherming solutions for hydrotreating and mild hydrocracking backed by solid hydroprocessing expertise and cutting-edge innovation."

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