From nano-scale studies of working sulfuric acid catalysts to improved industrial-scale sulfuric acid production

Watch Kurt Christensen, R&D Senior Director at Topsoe, give a lecture on our research within sulfuric acid catalysis. During the annual PhD ceremony in Moscow that took place on 14 May, 2018, he presented some of the results from our in-situ studies.

Science article: Extremely compact syngas reactor

An article in the esteemed Science magazine suggests that as much as one percent of global CO2 emissions can be saved if electrified, and...

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The future of grading

40 years ago we introduced ring-shaped grading catalysts, a true game changer in the world of refinery hydroprocessing. But what will happen 40...

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SynCOR™ | Long term cost + CAPEX

Many plants use steam methane reforming in their syngas production, but it’s a very mature technology unlikely to develop past its today’s...

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SynCOR™ | Lower emission CO2, NOx and resource consumption

Your syngas production has to be safe, reliable, and with the smallest environmental impact possible. With autothermal reforming technology like...

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SynCOR™ | Produce more for less

Have you heard about our autothermal reforming technology, SynCOR™? Hear Eric explain how you can monetize gas-to-liquid products and produce more...

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ClearView™ Ammonia | Performance-enhancing insights

Topsoe ClearView™ is a breakthrough service that uses Connected Plant technology from Honeywell to enable us to gather critical data from your...

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