Posts by Hulteberg Chemistry & Engineering AB

Newsletter # 5 – Green niches

Green niches – possible or not? In the world of renewable chemicals, most companies are looking after initial market niches in which to launch products. The main question is: where are these niches? There are two alternative outputs for companies products, consumers or other businesses. If the aim is to get a green premium, most…

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Summer crash course in catalysis!

We will be giving our five webinars on different aspects of catalysis this summer. They will only be delivered once during the day, but don’t worry – if you sign up for the webinar, we will send you a link afterwards with the recording. Read more & sign up for the webinars by using the…

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SunCarbon change of ownership

We are very pleased to welcome Preem and Sveaskog as shareholders in SunCarbon together with already existing shareholders Hulteberg Chemistry & Engineering, Kiram and Arkell innovation. The strategic partnership with these companies continues to drive the world-leading lignin valorisation technology of SunCarbon towards market introduction. Please find more information here:   //www.sveaskog.se/press-och-nyheter/nyheter-och-pressmeddelanden/2019/sveaskog-blir-delagare-i-suncarbon-ab—planerar-anlaggning-for-fornybar-ligninolja/ //news.cision.com/se/preem-ab/r/preem-blir-delagare-i-suncarbon—planerar-ligninanlaggning-for-biodrivmedel,c2800735

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Demonstrating renewable propane

The latest report from BioFuel-Solutions AB, a subsidiary to Hulteberg Chemistry & Engineering, is now available online! Demonstrating Renewable Propane “There is a significant infrastructure in the world for using liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). The fuel is used in many applications, spanning from heating to chemical processes as well as a vehicle fuel. To be…

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News on glycerol dehydration

Another glycerol publication from the Hulteberg/Biofuel-solution team is here! Pore condensation has been suggested as an initiator of deactivation in the dehydration of glycerol to acrolein. To avoid the potential pore condensation a series of supported catalysts have been tested. If you want to read the article – use the link below! Pore Condensation in Glycerol…

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Return of the webinars

It is now time for Hulteberg Chemistry & Engineering’s webinar series! Our webinars this spring will focus on three different areas. First up is as webinar on oil refining and its lovely combination of unit operations, this is one of our most appreciated webinars this far – you don’t want to miss it! The second webinar will…

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