BASF, Petroleum Institute abu dhabi developing new processes removing sulfur from acid gases

BASF, Petroleum Institute of Abu Dhabi form research collaboration

5:41 AM, 2nd December 2013
BASF, Petroleum Institute new research in removing sulfur from acid gases

LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY/ABU DHABI, UAE: BASF and the Petroleum Institute (PI) of Abu Dhabi intend to develop new processes for removing aggressive sulfur compounds from acid gases in research collaboration. The research activities of BASF and PI will focus on methods that show a favorable energy balance.

“We look forward to this collaboration because the Petroleum Institute is contributing its excellent expertise in the research, development and production of membranes and adsorbents to the research cooperation,” said Dr Jens Rudolph, responsible for the Middle East region in the OASE gas treatment team, BASF.

 

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