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Proman, Mitsubishi sign MoU to develop world-scale ultra low-carbon ammonia plant in Lake Charles (U.S.)

Proman has signed an MoU with Mitsubishi Corporation to explore building a world-scale ultra low-carbon ammonia facility in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

KBR launches PureM, an advanced green methanol technology

KBR announced that it has developed an advanced green methanol technology, PureM, augmenting its leading portfolio of clean ammonia and hydrogen technologies.

Honeywell Engine using 100% SAF successfully tested on Embraer business jet

Honeywell announced today that Embraer has successfully tested Honeywell's HTF7500 turbofan engine on its Praetor 600 aircraft using 100% SAF.

Ingenza and Phibro Ethanol accelerate the green fuel transition

Ingenza and Phibro Ethanol – a division of Phibro Animal Health Corporation – have joined forces to engineer a novel yeast strain that will increase yield in the commercial production of bioethanol under both challenging and conventional environmental conditions, further driving the switch to clean biofuels.

Unipar modernizes chlor-alkali plant in Brazil with BM2.7 technology from thyssenkrupp nucera

Unipar is modernizing its chlor-alkali plant at the Cubatão plant in Brazil by incorporating thyssenkrupp nucera electrolyzers.

Shipping industry off track to meet 5% zero-emission fuel target by 2030

The world is not on track for zero-emission fuels to account for 5% of international shipping fuels by 2030, a new analysis has found, jeopardizing the shipping industry's 2050 decarbonization goal.

SAF reduces carbon footprint for MRI scanner delivery

In mid-July, the department received a Siemens MAGNETOM Sola 1.5T MRI system, delivered from Germany to our China Basin Landing site in San Francisco using a combination of SAF and short road transportation for an optimal mix of speed and sustainability.

Raizen, Wartsila to research use of ethanol in maritime transportation

Raizen, the world's largest producer of sugarcane ethanol, and Wartsila, a leader in maritime transportation propulsion, will cooperate in a research program to test ethanol as a fuel option for vessels.

Automakers blast U.S. plan to hike fuel efficiency rules

A group representing General Motors, Toyota Motor, Volkswagen and nearly all other major automakers sharply criticized the Biden administration proposal to drastically hike fuel efficiency requirements.

Pemex shuts large CDU at Deer Park, Texas (U.S.) refinery

Pemex shut down the 270,000 barrel-per-day crude distillation unit at its Deer Park, Texas, refinery on Monday because a process line ruptured.