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March/April 2024 Issue


  • Abu Dhabi's sour gas expansions - Already the world's largest exporter of sulphur, Abu Dhabi continues to expand its sour gas production and sulphur output.
     
  • Overcapacity in the battery industry - China's drive to build new battery production capacity for electric vehicles and stationary storage is leading to a familiar problem for the Chinese economy, overcapacity.
     
  • Sulphur in Europe - Falling volumes of sulphur from refining and sour gas are turning Europe into a sulphur importer.
     
  • SulGas Mumbai 2024 - The annual SulGas conference, organised by Three Ten Initiative Technologies LLP took place, from January 31 to February 2, in Mumbai, India. We report on some of the key topics discussed.
     
  • A smarter way to treat lean sulphurous off-gases - Joan Feddersen and Samuel Scherman Johansson of Topsoe illustrate how WSA technology can provide a smarter way to treat sulphurous off-gases, not only for waste stream management, but also for reduced transportation of chemicals, reduced opex and reduced CO2e footprint.
     
  • Ultra capacity with ultra low emissions - As environmental SO2 emission regulations become more stringent, tail gas treating options become limited. To potentially achieve lower opex and improved plot plan, Fluor and Paqell report on how utilising a biological desulphurisation process as an alternative to a conventional amine-based TGT unit is becoming of increased interest in the oil and gas industry. With Theresa Flood, Thomas Chow, Marcus Weber of Fluor and Sandra Schreuder, Rieks De Rink, Joost Timmerman and Jan-Henk Van Dijk of Paqell.
     
  • Cobalt-molybdenum catalyst activation in low temperature TGUs - Part 2 - In the final part of this two-part article, Michael Huffmaster, Consultant, presents case study results using a discrete reactor model incorporating heat, mass transfer, and activation reaction kinetics to assess the impacts of these variables on CoMo catalyst activation in low temperature TGUs.


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Sulphur is the market leading publication for the sulphur and sulphuric acid industries worldwide, highly regarded for its unparalleled information and extensive coverage spanning the refining, sour gas, metals, chemical and fertilizer industries.

Both in print and online, Sulphur is the only publication to provide a truly international view of the sulphur and sulphuric acid industries, providing readers with news of the latest technological advances, projects, research, market outlooks, shipping, statistics and industry comment, making it essential reading for all sectors of the industry.

Unrivalled in its coverage and reach, Sulphur is distributed at all key industry conferences and events, emphasising its recognised position as the market leading title, a fact that is highlighted by its status as the official publication of most major international sulphur related conferences, including Sulphur, TSI Sulphur World Symposium and SOGAT, as well as distribution at the Brimstone Sulfur Recovery Symposia.
 

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Latest issue:
March/April 2024

  • Ultra capacity with ultra low emissions
  • SulGas Mumbai 2024
  • A smarter way to treat lean sulphurous off-gases
  • Cobalt-molybdenum catalyst activation in low temperature TGUs – Part 2
  • Abu Dhabi's sour gas expansions
  • Sulphur in Europe
  • Overcapacity in the battery industry
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