How does FPSO work in Chemical Industry?


How does FPSO work in Chemical Industry?

Floating production storage and offloading (FPSO’s) are offshore production services which abode both processing equipments and storage for manufactured hydrocarbons. The fundamental design of most FPSOs takes a ship-shaped vessel. Subsequently after processing an FPSO, it stocks oil or gas prior to offloading to transfer tankers or for to transmit processed petroleum through pipelines. Read more

 

Clariant said that it is launching two new emulsifiers suitable for replacing traditional alcohol ethoxylate emulsifiers in metalworking fluid formulations. The new products Emulsogen MTP 020 and Emulsogen MTP 030 join Clariant’s well-known Emulsogen MTP 070 to create an innovative new range of hazard label-free low foaming emulsifiers for the industry. The new Emulsogen MTP 020/030/070 range combines an outstanding sustainability profile. Read more

 

Yara International ASA announced the following changes to its organizational structure and corporate management, with immediate effect. Petter Ostbo will take up the position of executive vice president (EVP) and chief financial officer (CFO). Ostbo currently serves as EVP production. Torgeir Kvidal will take up the position of head of mining operations, reporting to EVP Production. He is currently EVP, chief financial officer. Tove Andersen will take up the position of EVP Production. Andersen currently serves as EVP supply chain. Read more

 

Under the brand of Master Builders Solutions, BASF SE presents the extra heavy-duty Ucrete flooring systems range. Ucrete is a highly durable surface protection system based on a unique polyurethane resin technology, which meets and exceeds the special requirements of the food and beverage industry, and is also perfectly suitable for chemical and pharmaceutical industry applications thanks to its chemical, mechanical and thermal shock resistance.  Read more

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