September 2021

Special Focus: Refining Technology

Asphaltene removal technology produces novel cement waterproofing additive

Addressing climate change and environmental issues has become a top priority in the 21st century.

Chung, W., Well Resources Inc.; Lee, M.-T., National Chia-Yi University; Chen, C.-Y., Chen, F.-P., Lin, T.-B., Shin Chuang Technology Co. Ltd.

Addressing climate change and environmental issues has become a top priority in the 21st century. In recent years, global decarbonization efforts have accelerated, underpinned by civil society’s demand for long-term sustainability and government mandates that set aggressive carbon emissions targets, such as net zero emissions by 2050.1 However, despite recent advancements in the efficiency and storage of renewable energy sources (solar, wind, geothermal, etc.), petroleum is highly cost-competitive, transportable, accessible and remains a reliable medium for meeting society’s short- to medium-term energy needs. The development of new uses for refinery byproducts presents a practical solutio

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