Decarbonisation Technology - May 2023 Issue


May 2023


Decarbonisation and sustainability value chains Deciding which decarbonisation pathway to adopt can be difficult, as there are multiple technologies to consider, each with its own risks and rewards Chris Egby Shell Catalysts & Technologies Safety, risks, and hazards of hydrogen The safe use and distribution of natural gas are fully understood, but a similar level of technical understanding is now required for the key properties of hydrogen Sarah Kimpton DNV Feedstocks and utilities for green hydrogen and e-fuels High purity water, carbon dioxide and nitrogen are essential utilities for green hydrogen generation using electrolysis Stephen B Harrison sbh4 Consulting




Biofuels syncrude pathway for producing SAF from waste A waste-to-fuels process converts refuse derived fuel to syncrude that can be readily refined

and co-processed to form SAF using conventional refining Candice Carrington and Mohammed Navedkhan Petrofac


Journey toward decarbonisation of the shipping industry Alternative fuels for the shipping industry are explored along with methods to increase fuel efficiencies and reduce emissions Nathan D Wood, Robert Moorcroft and Torill Bigg Tunley Engineering Conversion of CO 2 to methanol CO 2-to-methanol conversion has the potential to play a significant role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and advancing a more sustainable energy system Nieves Alvarez MERYT Catalysts & Innovation Cleaner alternatives to heavy fuel oil Industries are waking up to the reality of climate change, and oil-in-water emulsion fuels stand out as an immediate transition solution Jack Williams Quadrise Carbon utilisation to accelerate the transition to net zero Captured carbon can be converted into valuable products, enabling circularity and decarbonisation of hard-to-abate industries Cecilia Mondelli Sulzer Chemtech, Brent Konstantz Blue Planet Systems





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