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Petrochemicals

Chemetry licensing its technology

by Alexander H. Tullo
November 23, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 46

 

TechnipFMC and Chemetry are licensing the latter’s propylene oxide technology. Chemetry describes the technology, dubbed eShuttle, as a metal halide ion process that makes propylene oxide from oxygen and propylene without generating chlorine gas or large amounts of waste water. Chemetry says its process consumes 60% less electrical power than the widely practiced chlorohydrin process and can be built at a 25% lower capital cost.

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