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Can splitting water make hydrogen the energy carrier of the future?

A new paper from University of Houston describes a cheap and effective electrocatalyst that can help split water into oxygen and hydrogen. Hydrogen burns very clean and is often mentioned as a potential energy carrier of the future. That’s probably the reason why the news from Houston sparked a huge debate on Reddit and inspired many comments...

How can refineries comply with stricter regulation of sulfur in fuels and emissions?

Refineries across the globe face tough challenges. On one hand, crude oil will contain more sulfur in the future. On the other hand, stricter environmental regulation demands significantly lower sulfur content in fuels (Euro V, Euro VI, MARPOL regulations) and emissions to the atmosphere. So what can refineries do to comply – without their whole...

Topsoe technology chosen for large Uzbek gas-to-liquids project

Topsoe’s synthesis gas technology has been chosen for OLTIN YO’L GTL – a 38,000 barrels per day gas-to-liquids (GTL) energy plant in Uzbekistan Topsoe will deliver proprietary equipment for two synthesis gas trains, each including autothermal reformers (ATRs), waste heat boilers, steam drums, CTS burners, refractory materials, and HTZR target...