CB&I, Haldor Topsoe boost syngas-based technologies,

CB&I, Haldor Topsoe collaborate for syngas-based technologies

6:30 AM, 18th October 2016
CB&I, Haldor Topsoe to boost syngas-based technologies,

THE WOODLANDS, US: Chicago Bridge & Iron Company (CB&I) signs a long-term collaboration contract with a leading catalyst and technology provider, Haldor Topsoe, further increasing CB&I's syngas licensing opportunities (position).

Under the contract, CB&I will boost Haldor Topsoe's licensed syngas-based technologies, which counterpart its own current technology group. They will also work together on the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of plants in North America.

This will further increase CB&I's portfolio with more than 90 technologies and 3,500 patents by leveraging or using 8 Haldor Topsoe technologies.

“This collaboration for technology will increase our company’s range of syngas-based technologies and bring incredible benefit to our customers,” said Patrick K Mullen, CB&I's chief operating officer (COO) of CB&I.

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