fossil fuels

Technology experts from the chemical industry want to reduce CO2 emissions through collaboration
The participants discussed innovative CO2-reduction technologies
Topsoe to build demonstration plant to produce cost-competitive CO2-neutral methanol from biogas and green electricity
The demonstration plant will be located at Aarhus University’s research facility in Foulum, Denmark, and receives funding from EUDP Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Programme
Increased demand forecast for hydrogen as a chemical constituent and energy source
The global market for hydrogen industrial coatings is expected to reach nearly $19.7bn by 2023 at a compound annual growth rate of 5.7%
Editor's comment: Transition to sustainable energy
The pace at which a country’s transition to sustainable energy is to be achieved is a political and economic decision to be taken by the respective governments
KBC unveils new high-fidelity analytics technology
VM-MPO 6 makes the process industries smarter, more real-time, nimble, and agile
Graforce’s new plasmalysis technology makes significant contribution to replacing fossil fuels
With the UN Climate Change Conference in Katovice (COP24) now underway, the international community is discussing how to drastically reduce CO2 emissions. Transport is a key factor, responsible for about a fifth of global CO2 emissions – and the trend is rising.