Tag: Sasol

Sasol to consider replacing coal with hydrogen to lower fuel’s carbon footprint

Sasol to consider replacing coal with hydrogen to lower fuel’s carbon footprint

December 21, 2019 |

In South Africa, Engineering News reports that energy and chemicals company Sasol is looking at a demo project to install Fischer-Tropsch assets with “green hydrogen” made from renewable energy and water using electrolysis. According to Engineering News, Sasol uses coal and water right now in their hydrogen production, but since the company wants to lower […]

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Haldor Topsoe and Sasol collaborate on single-point licenses for gas-to-liquids solutions

Haldor Topsoe and Sasol collaborate on single-point licenses for gas-to-liquids solutions

December 8, 2019 |

In Denmark, Sasol and Haldor Topsoe entered into a collaboration agreement to offer single-point licensing of proven and bankable gas-to-liquids solutions to produce diesel, kerosene and naphtha from natural gas. The Sasol-Topsoe partnership is a response to growing worldwide demand for efficient solutions to monetize natural gas reserves. Today, Topsoe and Sasol announced that they […]

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Sasol, GE develop new water technology

Sasol, GE develop new water technology

November 7, 2013 |

In South Africa, Sasol and General Electric together developed new water technology that will clean waste water, while also providing biogas as a by-product for power generation. This new technology, known as Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactor Technology, will be further developed at a new demonstration plant at Sasol’s R&D Campus in Sasolburg. One of the by-products […]

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Solazyme stock rocks after Q2 results, binding Sasol offtake deal

Solazyme stock rocks after Q2 results, binding Sasol offtake deal

August 9, 2013 |

Bioenergy’s #1 company surges on the exchanges after big Sasol, AkzoNobel partnership announcements. In California, Solazyme announced a Q2 loss of $25.8M, compared to a Q2 2012 loss of $19.2M, on revenues of $11.2M, down from $13.2M for Q2 2012, as government funded revenues declined as expected. Excluding the government sector, sales jumped 28% year […]

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