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05.02.2016

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How to increase Ammonia Plant Capacity

This paper investigates the technical and economical feasibility of several concepts for a 30 % capacity increase of an old ammonia plant. It shows an interesting way to overcome the limitations in the two most critical plant units: Reforming capacity is increased by a newly adde...

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21.04.2015

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Shale Gas is Still Number 1 For Megaplant–Projects

The Process Technologies business unit which is part of Thyssen Krupp Industrial Solutions continues to have high expectations as the shale gas bonanza continues in the US—Following success in the fertilizer segment, managers are hoping for additional contracts in downstreaming a...

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13.11.2014

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Thyssen Krupp Supplies Cell Elements for Indian Caustic Soda Project

Atul, a major basic chemicals and derivatives manufacturer India, has selected Thyssen Krupp Industrial Solutions (India) to render Engineering, Lumpsum Supply of Cell Elements and Site Supervision Services for its caustic soda conversion project at Valsad, Gujarat.

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12.08.2014

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Revamping Polymer Plants – When is it Worth the Cost

Companies that produce polyolefins, PE, PVC and PET in old plants are under pressure from spiralling costs and the need for modernization to meet environmental and safety standards. ThyssenKrupp Uhde offers solutions.

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27.02.2014

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New Chinese Caustic Soda Plant to Use Uhdenora Technology

Befar and Uhdenora will cooperate on a new 80,000 million-tons-per-year caustic soda plant at Binzhou, Shandong Province, P.R. China. This facility will be the first in the world to be based on the NaCl ODC technology owned by Uhdenora.

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21.01.2014

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Thyssen Krupp Receives Engineering-Contract in Russia

Thyssen Krupp Industrial Solutions has been awarded a contract for the extended basic engineering package and license for a dimethyl ether (DME) production facility in Shchekino, Tula region, located about 200 km south of Moscow, Russia.

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30.10.2013

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There is No End in Sight to the Shale Gas Boom in the US

On August 1st, 2013, Karsten Radtke took over as Chief Executive Officer of Uhde Corporation of America, a business partner of ThyssenKrupp Uhde. The current economic trends in the US are good news for Uhde Corporation of America, which has offices in Greenwood Village, Colorado ...

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08.08.2013

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Uhde Receives Large Order for World-Scale Ammonia Project in Saudi Arabia

The Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Ma’aden) will be utilizing ammonia technology from Uhde in its new ammonia plant Ma’aden II, being built near the port of Ras al Khair in the Arabian Gulf. The 3,300 ton per day plant is scheduled for completion in 2016 and will be one of the lar...

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18.03.2013

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Opportunities and risks for shale gas extraction in the US

The shale gas boom in the USA heralds a paradigm shift in the country, and only those who react quickly will profit from it. Dr. Michael Thiemann, Chairman of the Executive Board at ThyssenKrupp Uhde, is mainly relying on process know-how for success.

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06.02.2013

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ThyssenKrupp Uhde Receives Major Order From Turkey

ThyssenKrupp Uhde has received an order from Bandirma Gübre Fabrikaları A.Ş. (BAGFAS) in Bandirma, Turkey, to supply a plant for the production of calcium ammonium nitrate fertilizer. Under the roughly €141 million contract, the new plant will be integrated into the existing faci...

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16.11.2012

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The New Gold Rush: Benefits and Risks of the US Shale Gas Boom?

The scale of US shale gas reserves is conjuring up scenarios that seemed unimaginable just a short time ago. Ammonia plants and crackers are now under construction in a country where the chemical industry appeared to be in terminal decline. Gold fever is currently gripping the pl...

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15.10.2012

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Uhde to Engineer One of the World’s Largest Liquid Fertiliser Plants

OCI Construction Group has selected ThyssenKrupp Uhde for an engineering and procurement contract for the construction of one of the world’s largest single-train liquid fertiliser plants to be built in the United States of America.

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22.08.2012

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ThyssenKrupp Plant Construction Business Wins Contract from Russia

As now announced by ThyssenKrupp, in May 2012 the company’s plant construction business won a front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract for a single-train polypropylene plant. The plant will be built for ZapSibNeftechim, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sibur, the biggest Russ...

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05.07.2012

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ThyssenKrupp Uhde Acquires British E&P Global

ThyssenKrupp Uhde strengthens its position in the global oil and gas industries by acquiring the British E&P Global and its subsidiaries, the London based Energy and Power Consultants and Energy and Power in Baglan Energy Park, South Wales.

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21.06.2012

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The Book of Ideas Goes Interactive

Uhde's "Book of Ideas" goes interactive: An ACHEMA highlight at the stand of ThyssenKrupp Uhde is is the larger–than–life "Book of Ideas".

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29.05.2012

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"Drop-in" Bio Fuels Production Facility in Louisiana, USA, applies HTW Gasification

Sundrop Fuels of Colorado has selected technology of ThyssenKrupp Uhde for what will be one of the first renewable gasoline production facilities in the world. A comprehensive Front End Engineering and License Agreement concerning Uhde's High-Temperature Winkler (HTW) process for...

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02.05.2012

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Uhde supplies Chlor-Alkali Electrolysis technology to AkzoNobel

At the Frankfurt-Höchst industrial estate, AkzoNobel is converting an amalgam electrolysis plant to the modern membrane process and has commissioned ThyssenKrupp Uhde to design and supply the energy-saving ThyssenKrupp Uhde membrane cells.

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20.04.2012

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ThyssenKrupp Uhde is Assigned to Build Plants in Mongolia

ThyssenKrupp Uhde and the Mongolian government reach agreement on coal-to-liquids plant and heat recovery coke making plant in Mongolia

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24.11.2011

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ThyssenKrupp Uhde commissioned Europe’s biggest Urea Production Plant

ThyssenKrupp EPC contractors Uhde have supplied and commissioned a 3500 tonnes per day urea production plant in Sluiskil, Netherlands, for Yara of Norway. For the plant, which took three years to build, Yara has invested EUR 400 million.

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12.10.2011

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Uhde recives order for a Coal-to-Liquids project

ThyssenKrupp Uhde and SGCE enter into Master License and Supply Agreement. Coal-to-Liquids Complex in Mozambique applies Uhde Prenfol-PDQ process.

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16.06.2011

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Renewable Resources Gain a Foothold in the Chemical Industry

Ludicrous future vision or innovation stimulator? What is the current status of bio-based platform chemicals? Whatever potential people might see in renewable resources — the new “green gold” — , the overriding consideration must be the competitiveness of “green” production.

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21.04.2011

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Renaissance of Syngas Technology

The Chemical Process Industry is making a concerted effort to find an alternative to oil. Natural gas, coal and biomass are all potential sources of basic chemicals, and syngas production can make a bigger contribution than it has so far.

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19.04.2011

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Joint Venture Kepco-Uhde Inc. to Co-Operate in the Field of Coal Gasification

Kepco, the largest utility in South Korea, and Germany based Uhde, a technology-driven EPC contractor, have signed a Joint Venture Agreement to become a global front runner in Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle, Synthetic Natural Gas and Carbon Capture Sequestration.

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04.03.2010

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Uhde and Praxair Sign Alliance Agreement

Uhde and Uhde Corporation of America in Bridgeville/USA have signed a global hydrogen alliance agreement with Praxair.

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14.02.2007

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Uhde Wins New Contracts

Uhde has been commissioned by the Hungarian fertiliser company Nitrogénmüvek Zrt. to engineer and supply a tail gas treatment unit based on the EnviNOx technology. The EnviNOx unit

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30.01.2007

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Microprocessing Technology as a Tool for Intensifying Processes

Thanks to their large specific surfaces, microprocessing plants are usually significantly more efficient than conventional technology in terms of the transport of materials and heat. In concrete terms this means: greater selectivity, larger yields and increased safety for fast ex...

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