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Technip proprietary burner technology can now be potentially used in avoiding direct CO2 emissions

August 05/2021

MOSCOW (MRC) -- Technip Energies announced the successful test of its Large Scale Vortex Burner (LSV) for 100% firing of hydrogen, according to Hydrocarbonprocessing.

The innovative LSV burner was developed by Air Products and designed and applied by Technip Energies in various fired heater usages. The successful test demonstrates the potential use of LSV in avoiding direct CO2 emissions by substituting 100% hydrogen for methane or other fuel gases.

The LSV burner is a cost-effective, low-NOx combustion solution. This technology has been applied successfully over the past 15 years in cracking furnace and hydrogen reformer installations, in both new or retrofitted projects. The burner can now be applied to different process heating applications and combustion air supply modes and also is suitable for a wide range of fuel gas compositions and firing configurations.

As MRC wrote previously, in June 2021, Technip Energies announced the initiation of an agreement with Agilyx Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Agilyx AS and pioneer in the advanced recycling of post-use plastics. This collaboration aims to accelerate the implementation of Agilyxs technology for the advanced recycling of post-use polystyrene (PS). Under this agreement, Technip Energies will market and license the integrated technologies of Agilyx depolymerization and Technip Energies purification technology, leveraging the expertise, resources, and global presence of respective companies. The technology is ready and available for licensing.

According to MRC's ScanPlast report, Russia's estimated consumption of PS and styrene plastics totalled 236,110 tonnes in the first five months of 2021, up by 27% year on year (172,360 tonnes).  May estimated consumption was 48,880 tonnes, up by 66% year on year.


mrcplast.com
Author:Margaret Volkova
Tags:PS, gas processing, petrochemistry, recikling, Agilyx, Air Liquide, Technip.
Category:General News
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