GS E&C will modularize Haldor Topsoe’s biodiesel technology

March 28, 2022 |

In South Korea, GS E&C will join hands with Denmark’s Haldor Topsoe to modularize Haldor Topsoe’s biodiesel production technology. Following green hydrogen, it plans to expand its modularization business to the biodiesel field, further strengthening its competitiveness in the renewable energy modularization business.

The MOU calls for GS E&C to standardize and modularize the core processes of the ‘HydroFlex™’ technology owned by Haldor Topsoe. Haldor Topsoe provides information on biodiesel production technology, and GS E&C will use the information to standardize design and construction, leveraging its know-how accumulated through its execution of large-scale refinery and chemical plant projects, thus enabling cost savings and reduction in construction period.
Plant modularization means that the core plant process units, which must be individually assembled on site, is produced as a standardized module and needs only to be installed on site. It is attracting attention as a technology-intensive eco-friendly plant business.
In particular, GS E&C plans to develop standardized modules through this agreement and advance into the biodiesel market not only in Korea but also globally with Haldor Topsoe. As a result, GS E&C is expected to establish itself as a leader in renewable energy modularization business, with green hydrogen and biodiesel plant modularizations.

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