Nouryon, Tata Steel, and Port of Amsterdam partner to develop the largest green hydrogen cluster in Europe
Nouryon (formerly AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals), Tata Steel and the Port of Amsterdam have joined together to study the feasibility of a large green hydrogen cluster in the Amsterdam region. The three parties consider green hydrogen as vital for reaching climate targets and building a more circular economy, for example by combining it with emissions from steel manufacture to make new products.
ISPT Day 2018
On 13 November ISPT invites you to take part in its annual “ISPT Day”
Chemistry in Pictures: Four-sided molecule, four-sided crystals
Each of these quadrilateral crystals are about 0.5 cm long on each edge, which is quite big for the sorts of crystals that usually get made in organic chemistry labs
International Conference on Ionic Liquids in Separation and Purification
From 8-11 September 2019, the 4th Internation Conference on Ionic Liquids in Separation and Purification Technology (ILSEPT) will take place in Sitges, Spain.
The first step towards future proof shipping: A tanker fueled by its own cargo
Marine fuel (HFO - heavy fuel oil - also known as bottom-of-the-barrel) is close to the dirtiest on earth. As a result the shipping industry produces 9% of all CO2 that is released to the atmosphere.
From 3M and Air Liquide to Yara and Zeolyst
Is your company there too? Better check!
Hoofdpijn dossier wordt minder pijnlijk
Het storten van afval is uit de mode, maar wat te doen als er geen alternatief is? Voor asbest verontreinigd staalschroot komt dit alternatief nu in zicht.
Tubing system investigated for CO2, hydrogen and other gasses
The port company North Sea Port is investigating the possibility to arrange a tubing system in which gasses can be transported between different companies.
In case you had not noticed …
To put it bluntly: there is today only one way for large scale energy storage and that is pumped hydro. Look at the plot 2.5 minutes into the TEDx video of Don Sadoway.
Watch out HIsarna! Something is breathing down your neck!
Steel making is one of the usual suspects when it comes to CO2 emissions, accounting for 7% of CO2 emissions globally.