2016

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Process development in the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) is not for the faint-of-heart or the quick fix crowd. The inherent risks of high investment in large-scale plants, typical for the HPI, present significant hurdles for a first-of-a-kind technology.

Nocca, J.-L., Axens; Burzynski, J.-P., IFPEN; Sudolsky, D., Anellotech

Process development in the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) is not for the faint-of-heart or the quick fix crowd. The inherent risks of high investment in large-scale plants, typical for the HPI, present significant hurdles for a first-of-a-kind technology. Most successful new substantial technology breakthroughs (i.e., not incremental improvements) take time and resources to develop and implement commercially due to a combination of both technical and commercial requirements. This article discusses a green innovation and technology start-up company, Anellotech, and how challenges along the path towards commercialization of its thermal catalytic process for converting non-food biomass

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